The Seas Will Save Us: How an Army of Ocean Farmers are Starting an Economic Revolution
Bren Smith

It started out as a good article, interesting. And the technology is very interesting. But I prefer the old economy to the old holier than thou self-righteousness that this presentation is awash in. I had to gag my way through it. As soon as I finish spitting up I’m sure I’ll see that the author walks on water and everything before his epiphany is just out and out evil and all good starts with his fish farm. I’ll keep the technology but you Progressives will be squirting over the philosophy that it’s couched in and you’re welcome to it.

And, by the way, there is no climate crises. There are local crises where local conditions need to be ‘fixed’ and or changed, but this apocalyptic rhetoric does nothing for the wonder and promise of the technology.

As I said, the technology sounds great and promising but the self-righteousness is vomit inducing.

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