July ’22: Yesterday’s Solutions and Tomorrow’s Problems

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We have to start solving the problems of the future while dealing with those of us who refuse to address the problems of the the past. Even, and especially, those problems that are still happening.

For example, the idea of feeding the ground up bodies of fish TO other fish is, well, horrific. That said, it’s a logical result of old-style thinking. Fish with short life cycles and rapid reproduction cycles are fed to the ones that take longer to replenish themselves. I can live with that, but the idea that we can’t replace that charnel house with microalgae without debate and discussion reduces me to incoherent screaming.

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Thejus Chakravarthy

Thejus Chakravarthy

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