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North Korea may run out food in 2011

The United Nations has reported that North Korea may not have enough food for its people in 2011. While food production has remained about the same, or shown slight improvement, the population has continued to grow. So this brings up the question, what happens when a nation with history of trouble making runs out of food? Normally, I would say that North Koreas communist buddies would help it out. But with the recent Russian crop failures, who knows whats going to happen. Representatives from the United Nations have recently traveled to North Korea to discuss the problem. North Korea may run out food in 2011Rate This Article

Food sources in a post apocalyptic world

Lets discuss food sources in a post apocalyptic world. Survivalist have a wide range of ideas on how to get food in a post apocalyptic world. Some of these ideas cover everything from living a hunter-gather lifestyle, to living off of food stocks until society recovers, to farming and gardening. Lets take a look at some of these ideas and make some comparisons.

The plans that each Survivalist has will vary widely depending on actual experience and training. The plans range from the very well thought out and tested plans, to spur of the moment ideas.
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2009 food prices

An article posted on MSN should be great concern to everyone that eats some kind of food. Nothing but worse for Texas drought According to that article, 97% of Texas is in a drought. Some people might be saying “so what?” Well, there is a lot to be worried about. Texas is the 2nd largest agricultural state in the nation. Everything from beef to zucchini is grown in Texas. That means, if Texas has a bad drought, and crops fail, the price of food goes up nation wide – maybe even on a global scale. With so many people out of work, high food prices is the one thing we do not need right now. The concern should not only on on Texas, but other Continue Reading….

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