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rangerone314 wrote:I wonder if putting saltpeter into the city water supplies would reduce the birthrate?
Ludi wrote:rangerone314 wrote:I wonder if putting saltpeter into the city water supplies would reduce the birthrate?
Maybe if you don't mind the collateral damage to everyone's health, such as increased colon cancer.
rangerone314 wrote:Wow, decrease the birthrate AND increase the deathrate.
Ludi wrote:I'd like it if people could present more ideas about how cities might deal with the problems facing us, such as resource depletion and global warming. That would be great.
nocar wrote:Reduce the spaces with asphalt and concrete devoted to cars, grow food there.
mos6507 » Wed Mar 23, 2011 3:27 amnocar wrote:Reduce the spaces with asphalt and concrete devoted to cars, grow food there.
Have you ever looked closely at the green median strips on the freeway during bumper to bumper traffic? Boy, is it depressing. They are caked with layer upon layer of litter accumulated over decades of never cleaning it up so as not to block traffic. I'm not sure I'd want to eat anything grown in what's become an unofficial trash heap.
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