Totally UNTRUE dude. Cancer incidence rates per 100,000 are darn tough to calculate and track. The people who work with it know that, the American Cancer Society has called foul at a LOT of studies. Advances in detection skew the rates all over the place. And the "learning curve" on what causes stuff like lung cancer was fairly long.youngliberty wrote:Totally true dude. Cancer has rates have risen about 60% overall since the 50's. Maybe you find comfort in your US census life expectancy numbers, but life expectancy in reality is going down, particularly in women.
Arron, your statement on GMO food is completely inaccurate. People starve because of the evil of man not because of non-GMO foods. There is plenty of food on earth to feed every human being with or without GMO, the people limiting the food to certain people groups are the problem.
There is more food to feed more people TODAY due to advances in technique, and hybrids, and GMO technically is just another hybrid. They could have bred roundup resistance into soybeans for example, it would just have taken a LOT longer.
The wheat yield in kg/Ha in Mexico for example from 1950 to today has today 400% of the yield as 1950, same in India and Pakistan. US wheat yields TRIPLED between 1961 and 2012 (from 14.5 bu per acre to 45 bu per acre).
And here is the challange for the NEXT 40 yearsIn 1961, when the South Dakota Wheat Commission was established by farmers, wheat yields were 14.5 bushels per acre. SD produced 33.5 million bushels on 2.3 million harvested acres. In 2012, SD Wheat farmers produced three times as much wheat on essentially the same acres (2.2 million harvested acres at 45.8 bushels per acre).
Dude your all over the map with this conspiracy theory and "evil" stuff. It would be really interesting if you wrote it all down briefly in 100 words or less.It is estimated that the world population will increase from a current 7 billion people to 9 billion in the 2050. To match population growth The United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) estimates that global food production will need to double between now and 2050 to feed the world.