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January 01, 2007



An especially disturbing problem for our urban populations in the scenario you describe, Dan, where increased food costs and scarcity could lead to increased disparity between the inner city and the suburbs.

Dan Trabue

I think this is one of the great unrecognized threats to our society. When all the farmers are gone and only three or four "agribusinesses" remain, and they wholly dependent upon fossil fuels to produce our food...what then? And what then when our fossil fuels dry up?

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