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Oceans won't produce enough food for the world if current population trends continue...

 Based on the figures, the oceans of the world simply will not be able to sustainably produce enough food to feed the world's growing population, especially if overfishing, pollution and various other harmful practices continue unmitigated.

As relayed by, the new study looked at the progress of 10 different public goals for the world's oceans, which include things like the sustainable harvesting of seafood, the effectiveness of coastal protection programs and the general livelihood of coastal economies. Each category was rated on a scale of 0 to 100 using various criteria, and a final score was tabulated for overall ocean health, also known as a Global Index Score.

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Comment by Ed Price
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Can't wait for standing room only... where you have your own 10 square feet or less... not enough to lie down on. If you want a relationship with someone, you will need to do a rubic's cube movement to get your "spot" moved over next to their "spot."

I mean, think of the whole world covered with several floors of standing room only. We would need to do rubic's cube movements just to get our turn on the roof to see the stars at night.

Think of the scramble if it started raining. Of course, that might be the only way to take a shower.

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