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  • World may need to go vegetarian?

    I hope Mark can address this in a future blog post.

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    Pretty long thread with multiple members calling bullshit on this one: http://www.marksdailyapple.com/forum/thread65045.html
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    • #3
      Oooops....thanks!

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      • #4
        Actually I just read all 6 pages, and the thread went way off into garbage. Mostly because people follow and feed the trolls.

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        • #5
          He already addressed it.
          Can The Primal Blueprint Diet Feed the World? | Mark's Daily Apple
          Can We Feed the World on the Primal Blueprint Diet? – Part 2 | Mark's Daily Apple
          Can the World Go Primal? | Mark's Daily Apple

          Also, thinking that the world needs to convert even more of the world's biomass into human beings is a dead end. Someone posted a link to this website yesterday and I found this essay very interesting.
          Ishmael.org

          Let me give you an example of some of the lines found on the paper you've received so far--you, I--everyone who grows up in this culture. "Because we have a growing population, we must finds ways to increase food production. Increasing food production is essential and undoubtedly beneficial work." These are the lines on the paper we've been given. But when I turn the paper sideways and write, "Food production is the fuel of our population explosion, and the more we increase it, the more fuel we supply that explosion," everyone goes crazy. I'm not writing inside the lines!
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