Yeah. And I throw back at you the "regional" argument. just because some fool decides to make a mess of their resources, doesn't mean everyone is or, for that matter, the world resources are shrinking.There's plenty of sources regarding overfishing and
It's one way to put it. Another way is that -- catch this, it's profound -- you probably won't accept anything that is in opposition to your viewpoints as valid.But not that it matters; because you probably won't
accept anything that is in opposition to your viewpoints
as valid. You see a pile of fish at your local grocery
store and assume all is well. Your "eyes are open" eh?
You see that's the problem with fundamentalists. Their arguments come back in a full circle to bite them in the face.
But more to the point of your argument. No. Piles of fish tell me little. But thtis is what tells me more:
- Fishing quotas in most industrialized countries with scientific backing that is responsible for government regulated fishing and the protection of species and their numbers.
- Dairy farmers going bankrupt all over Europe because there's a surplus of milk.
- World market prices for farming products being determined by floods, hurricanes, droughts, bad or good seasons and not by scarcity of arable soil.
You know, we have a saying around here: The dogs always bark when the caravan is passing.