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At some point Jerry found himself finding out a string of letters and numbers stamped near the bottom of a General Mills field. Corporations like Kellogg's and Post stamped their containers too, usually with a cereal's time and place of manufacturing, allowing its shelf life to be tracked. But Basic Mills' figures have been garbled, as if in secret code. Jerry wondered if he could make sense of them. After locating just a few boxes of Normal Mills and Kellogg's cereals that had sat on store cabinets in the identical areas, he determined to test their contents, reasoning that cereals with related moisture should have been cooked across the identical time. Scribbling on a chunk of scratch paper, he set up a few ratios.

I think overpopulation may be classed in the identical manner as air pollution and so forth. If we over populate the planet, we leave a far worse quality of life for future generations, and considering human copy, overpopulation will get exponentially worse the longer we soak up dealing with it. I believe anyone who reads Hardin's "Dwelling in a Lifeboat" would agree that it will be a really major problem.