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    Let us all poop in the bushes instead of in the water. The sea, our primary food sour

    Let us all poop in the bushes instead of in the water. The sea, our primary food source, will thank us.

    All human waste should be used to make arable land instead of killing our primary food and cooling source. The sea.

    Funny as it may sound, the wold has been producing arable land from animal waste forever. We lose that benefit by pumping our human waste into the sea.

    A sea that will cost us trillions and impoverish many in the next 25 years, as it rises and forces us to spend trillions on infrastructure.

    Add in the trillions that the wars that famines create and you have a depression style of life. All in the next 25 odd years. Happy days?

    And all of this happens as the world population increases to its estimated plateau of 10 billion people, who will need to burn even more fossil fuels and add even more to global weather carnage.

    I think we all suffer from a case of collective insanity.

    A good reversal of that would be a collective protecting of our primary food source and create more arable land to feed the hordes of bodies that we will have to sustain. Human food needs fertilizing and human waste makes a great fertilizer after it becomes arable land.

    Let us all poop in the bushes instead of in the water. I mean pump our sewage onto land of course.

    This links leads to a longer one that all should view.



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    Sewage treatment technology is such that benign water and dried sludge suitable for fertilizer can be the only products.

    Four decades ago I toured a sewage treatment plant in London that not only treated the water to a standard that passed potability standards and a soil fertilizer, but also supplied enough methane to power IC engine driven generators that powered the plant and added power to the grid. There is no excuse to dump raw sewage into the oceans.

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    Lots of points in your OP to talk about.

    Dumping human waste onto land raises its salt content and eventually makes the land not farmable, this is a major problem in Australia at the moment and they are quickly losing their ability for agriculture. This would be the main problem.

    Sea levels will rise regardless of what we do so we should be starting our infrastructure fixes to deal with it now but instead the liberals think they can stop it.

    There is no limit to how many people the earth can handle we just may need to modify our ways to do it. Most of the world is devoid of people.

    Bush had a plan to develop giant fisheries in the ocean if I remember correctly that would have produced enough food to feed the whole country. Something like that but it was quickly shot down. The point is that we can basically grow food anywhere and thanks to GMO's this becomes even easier.

    Human waste reeks, walk through any city that dumps their raw sewage in the street. Its extremely unhealthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    Sewage treatment technology is such that benign water and dried sludge suitable for fertilizer can be the only products.

    Four decades ago I toured a sewage treatment plant in London that not only treated the water to a standard that passed potability standards and a soil fertilizer, but also supplied enough methane to power IC engine driven generators that powered the plant and added power to the grid. There is no excuse to dump raw sewage into the oceans.
    How much did that plant cost?

    We have the ability to make our own water also, we would never have to rely on rain, rivers or dams.

    How much is the cost however?

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    fish an whales an seals an otters an bears poop n pee in dere

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    Quote Originally Posted by webrockk View Post
    fish an whales an seals an otters an bears poop n pee in dere
    I hate seals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by webrockk View Post
    fish an whales an seals an otters an bears poop n pee in dere
    Yeah, but wild bears do it in the woods.

    Some countries encourage using human waste to fertilize crops.

    N Korea is not the only one...

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    I pee outside all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RNG View Post
    Sewage treatment technology is such that benign water and dried sludge suitable for fertilizer can be the only products.

    Four decades ago I toured a sewage treatment plant in London that not only treated the water to a standard that passed potability standards and a soil fertilizer, but also supplied enough methane to power IC engine driven generators that powered the plant and added power to the grid. There is no excuse to dump raw sewage into the oceans.
    I agree.

    Did you follow the link and note how the biggest positive impact we can make seems to be to stop farming beef and other livestock and move to a more vegetable based diet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miller47 View Post
    Yeah, but wild bears do it in the woods.

    Some countries encourage using human waste to fertilize crops.

    N Korea is not the only one...
    I bet dem polar bears pee n poop in dere....specially now dem global warmins done melted all dem icebergs.

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