There is something absolutely frightening with our globalized world: disruptive effects. Take the global « agriflation » described in this article of he Economist. It describes quite well how a constant raise of the demand for meat on the chinese and indian markets conflicts the totally new market of ethanol-dilluted gas. How come such a choice between proteins and mileage can drive a rapid rise of both prices ? Ae we already back to an ersatz era ? The rebound effects of this new sensation of scarcity can be damaging fo the long term, fueling soil abuse and turning consumption issues into simple money games. As a prime, religion has proven solutions to fix such issues and plans it’s comeback. When will it be cool to be an Amish ?
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