(05-20-2014, 04:44 PM)yankees Wrote: That's if we're all still alive in 10 years.
You've got a very good point.
Dr. Mercola has an article about the Monarch butterfly. In California the count is down 80% in the last 15 years.
Plus he writes this:
"In 1996, migrating monarchs covered 45 acres of forest in central Mexico, each acre holding an estimated 25 million butterflies.2 In December 2013, the butterflies covered a mere 1.5 acres."
That's a 30 fold shrinkage.
Honey bees are also collapsing to nearly unsustainable levels.
When our food becomes unaffordable or nonexistent, the natives could become restless or listless 'til death.