Discussion in 'Politics & Law' started by SenatorB, Nov 2, 2006.
Read the article for the rest... wow.
I wouldn't know exactly how many years are left but, I do know we are way over fishing our seas...all of us. I would be willing to support some kind of restriction on the fishing industry.
If to ocean "goes" as a food supply, it's pretty much "over."
In 50 years we will either have solved the food/water crisis, or enough people will have died as to not make it a problem for another 300 or so years.
Too many people and not enough agriculture.
How would they know how many years does a fish have before it's extinct.
I don't really believe this
it annoys me. We should be worrying about Global warming, not Sushi!
It's so hot in Melbourne during this week.
It's killing me, I ussually play soccer outside..its hot and I cant
Get back on topic.
They used projections regarding fisheries, if you read the story. I think they have a very accurate idea about fish populations and the possibility of extinction.
Global warming will probably wreck plenty of havoc as it is, as water temperatures will start to affect fish and their habitats. Plus the destruction of coral reefs will make many more fish species to decline in population.
My favourite shrimps will be long gone...
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