Natural World: Farm for the Future BBC documentary on the precient global farming and food crisis, filmed in the UK. Topics covered are the influence of oil ...
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Those in ignorance of the false PEAK OIL scam should Google "Kola SG-3" and know that Russia has 300+ wells that deep. Currently, the deepest well in the world is being drilled in the Sakhalin Field, it is 14,500 m deep. Sadly one immediate energy solution is Thorium Plasma Batteries. It's sad because the inventors, like Dr. Paul Brown keep getting murdered. India are developing 3 Thorium Reactors right now as they have 12% of the world's supply on their beaches! As an aid for farmers please visit www.FractalField.com and check out "Bloom the Desert: Dubai". ORMES is used.
Raises some good points. However, the basic premise of the documentary is flawed, farming will not stop without oil, it will change, more people will be employed and the price of food would reflect the human input to the production. I worked on a farm back in the early 70s, it was a dairy farm all naturally run, the tractor we used was a grey Fergie 30 horse power, everything was slow paced, the jobs got done. Now some farmers only work part time, they have second jobs-clearly the system isn't working. What has got in the way is the bureaucrat, leave farmers to farm and make a proper living from farming.
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