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Food CRISPR GMO Gene Modification Agriculture

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When the dreamtime ends (return of malthuian limits) happens, the notion that a data processing unit needs to be powered via multiple immensely complex chemical processes that can only be run by delicate nanobots with single percent efficiency at each stage would be considered immensely wasteful.


Unless that current scarcity of human-level intelligence relative to other factors of production holds, I do not see food as we know it holding another 1000 years outside of signaling/status, when modification to enable healthy intake of more cost efficient energy source is surely possible within the time frame.

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