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Old 02-25-09, 10:22 AM
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What I want to know is, what's the problem with using water to create food?

While its true that potable water supply in many parts of the world is in danger, using water does not contribute to greenhouse gasses, CO2, nor is it an unreplenishable resource.

Water is a self-recycling resource on this planet.

I'm not seeing any problems. Use water, get food. Sounds like a good deal to me!

And by the way, it takes a lot of water to grow plants for food also. Not quite as much, but by the time you finish processing things like wheat and corn for food, you have used up nearly the same amount of energy as you would have processing meat. It actually takes more energy to make a pound of white bread than it does to make a pound of beef.

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