Thursday, December 19, 2019

looo, seeeeers


LOOO, SEEEEERS
Do you feel like a loser? Why not? You should. Now, I'm not talking about your befouled hair, your questionable hygiene, your insistence on taking little blue pills or shoving Greenbacks up your ass to achieve an erection. Not your sad excuse for a job, or your socioeconomic demise at the hands of invited invaders. Not your being P-Whipped ( Whip It Good! ) or living in an imploding empire. Nor your questioning my wisdom. No, I mean your future status.
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We are ALL going to lose. Even my hair might see a few instances of less than perfect grooming. There MUST be a civil war, and I do NOT mean because politics ( politics will be the excuse, granted, but not the cause ). And this time, everyone loses the civil war. All fifteen sides ( I just picked that number, obviously, but there will definitely be three, four, seven sides, or whatever ). Listen to me very carefully. This is important. Hunter gathers gained ten calories for every one expended. Modern agriculture LOSES ten calories for ever one delivered.
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That is because oil has a butt ton of calories in each cup ( let alone a barrel ). We can waste calories getting food. But with NOT ENOUGH oil, we cannot feed everyone. As soon as you cannot feed ENOUGH people with the oil on hand, everyone loses their collective crap and starts fighting. They usually don't know they are fighting over food, dumb ass naked apes that they are, but fight they will. It is a little thing called Human Nature, and death to all communists for denying its primacy. Seriously. You cannot think letting any communists live is a good idea. You know what to do, then let their god sort them out.
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Every stupid ass communists must be eradicated, for the good of the species and our descendants. Now, I'm not so sure about our Sino Overlords, whom I welcome. They might not even really be communists. Just apply the Human Nature questionnaire. If they are Politically Correct, well then, there you have it. But if they are just nationalists with socialist undertones, I dare not combine those two words for fear of censorship ( cough, followers of Mussolini to the north, cough ), then welcome their crates of 7.62x39 to go along with People's Liberation carbines.
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Actually, I'm hoping for TulAmmo Remington cartridges, but beggars cannot we be. Anyway, don't forget to pile up the skulls in pyramids, so as to remind future generations that yes, there really are ONLY two genders, and “woke” should only apply to sentries. Don't you just feel the tingle of blood to your crotch at the thought of the Bluebelly blood coagulating in pools for the rabid dogs to consume? Won't it smell like...victory? As satisfying as the image is, no, it will NOT smell like victory. You will of course most likely win the battle, but sadly, lose the war.
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Nobody is going to win this coming conflict, save for about thirty thousand folks. For the entire USA. That is one tenth of one percent of the current population. Yes, I think a 99.9% die-off is coming. Not because we are running out of oil. There will be plenty of oil left, thousands of feet under the ground. There will NOT be enough oil to feed us. THAT is the issue. If you think you will see business as usual up until the last oil well pumps dry, you are a flaming retard, and saying that I apologize to all the morons out there, to whom you give a bad name.
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When we discuss Overshoot, the two infamous examples are the Reindeer and the Bacteria. Both were in closed systems. Both overpopulated from surplus, and then all died off from overpopulation and denuded resources. This is what species do. If they are in a closed system, everyone dies ( my thoughts on Easter Island, when asked the question “what did the man chopping down the last tree think”, is that ONE of the last trees was used to make a boat, a few couples or families paddled away and somehow survived off fishing or whatever, then returned to a complete die-off, and started over living like savages ).
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When you are overpopulated, you do NOT see a die-off down to the carrying capacity of the land. Because first, the overpopulation diminishes that and second, you must go WAY under that so if you keep adding to the population they will have available resources. Humans will ALWAYS hump, even during a famine. Even females under the minimum body fat content will occasionally carry to term. The species endures. Like cockroaches, humans always breed MORE, to ensure casualties are covered.
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Any calculations on death caused by resource contraction must take into account there is going to be an extra number of deaths because if man is too stupid to stop breeding, he sure as hell is going to be too stupid to stop killing when the population is low enough. We excel at excess. Both up the bell curve and down. A few White boys did not take over the western hemisphere because we were as smart as we tell ourselves we were. We FIRST had to let 90%PLUS die-off from smallpox wipe out the Feather Indians, THEN our better steel technology allowed us a foothold. I'm sorry, I don't care who you are, but “magic” does not win wars.
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The Spanish did not disembark, and woo the Indians with “oooohhhhhh, magic horses!” and “aaaawesome!, magic fire boom stick!”, where they all laid down their arms and surrendered. These idiots had been fighting wars to gain slaves and other treasure. Even the slowest, dullest knife in the drawer could automatically see how slow the firearms were to load, and see the skin exposed from the armor. “Savages” and “barbarians” knew all about killing puma's and such, a creature MUCH more deadly than themselves. Who they could kill with balls and chipped rock. Don't believe tall tales from the victors, who always lie to make themselves look virtuous and extra special.
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And “magic” does not prevent you doing your part by dying during a die-off. Only the well hidden with great reserves, or the very lucky, are going to survive the die-off. Which isn't an “instant” event. First, you start with escalation. Crime and a natural demographic change. Economic war to boost those demographics. Then war, covering up the famine. THEN, and only then, the die-off. It won't be chilling out with Netflix and a beer, until suddenly it isn't. First comes armed conflict as we attempt to reduce population the Less Severe way ( look at the 90's in Russia ).
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47 comments:

  1. Holy jumping Georgia stones! 99.9%? Seems a little high,maybe 75%, but your scenario seems valid. Virginia seems to be shaping up as the kickoff point. Stir in some political BS and the powers that be can shrink supplies to nothing under the fog of war with no one being the wiser.

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    1. JIT is global. Cannibalism only works so long. Malnutrition from denuded soil and chemical concocted foods increase diseases lethality. Too many folks need oil to stay alive, one way or another. 25% survival rate is fantastical. Hero Malthus will be vindicated.

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  2. www.glutenfreesociety.org/acid-reflux-linked-to-gluten-intolerance

    Bison,
    You often mention 'heartburn'.
    This article discusses a potential cause-effect.

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    oats

    To dispel the natural-occuring pesticides phytates aka phytic acid present in all seeds, we soak our oats in the cooking water overnight... with a splash of acid.
    Our favorite acid is coconut vinegar.
    Another acid is a squeeze of lemon or lime jews.
    Next morning, the oats cook in a fraction of the time compared to starting with dry oats.

    Mixed cooked oats 2:1 with a strong-flavored highly-spiced ground meat such as beef or mutton or venison, this is our go-to lunch.
    Alongside a platter of oven-roasted or barbecue veggies, who could ask for anything more.

    Some folks don't care for the concept of haggis.
    More for me!

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    1. And here we go, the continued campaign, orchestrated by minions, to get Jim vomiting blood over minion dietary choices. Sad Panda :(

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  3. Example of resource contractions, and actions to stave off and apply some triage to prolong the continued hospice survival of the FUSA patient.

    Sloped and slanted toilets have been designed, test bedded, and displayed for introduction. This along with MSM glowing news pieces concerning the "innovation". For the corporate-industry accounting justifications and efforts for such things, along with media pep rallies as booster squads is a glaring example of tightening the leashes on necks.

    When A.I. productivity programming, pencil necked accounting geeks, and weak assed diversity leaders attempt to squeeze lost productivity from employee: "Jim" spending too much perceived time in the only private (it is all also recorded in there too, just act natural) cubicle on company property to dick around a bit while pooping, that is desperation writ large. Think of the retro fit costs and initial p.r. backlash that companies or institutions will still absorb for the bottom line results.

    If "systems" determine that intrusion into the socially common and accepted infrastructures and processes provided for bodily voiding functions is that damned necessary, then 99%+ of the population just became NPC / sheeple types of biological units. It is then green light go time to dictate everything else, from your matrix like birthing to your soylent green 'going home' becoming an edible cracker.

    We all are so screwed.

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    1. So, the slant means you can't squat without holding yourself on with leg muscle power? What am I missing here?

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    2. Right, since you also checked out from the work force and are cloistered in a compound, sheltered from the world: there is digital revolting by hired help to screw off as much as possible on the company time. Folks just go to the loo, for an on the clock sit down break. Whip out the smart phone, watch porn or prepping videos in the stall and fake pooping or prolong the absence. This is a non timer, mechanical engineering design to keep the shit birds from loitering on things. Just like spike strips on high buildings, same difference. It replaced the common smoke break fucking off methods. Shock collar fittings in exchange for food ration cards are next. Get with the program comrade.

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    3. I got the "sticking it to the man" part, and bravo! Just not sure about the design features. Couldn't you just take two erasers, placing them under the seat in the front, to prop the seat back up to horizontal? PS-you make hiding from the world sound like a bad thing :)

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    4. I was at work today when the boss called and ask where I was. I said "I passed a used bookstore and just had to check it out". She ask me to take care of a thing for her and that she wanted to talk when I got back. I thought Oh crap, getting fired. When I talked to her she offered me a part time year around job. So do I go back to the land or take a super easy 20 hour a week job for awhile and stack some cash? I got the encyclopedia of country living and a field guide for $10.

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    5. I know I shouldn't say this, as I scream to one and all to get to their junk land, but I think I would take the Easy Money. Still enough time off to keep visiting the land and burying more food and commie ammo. What if you age quicker than expected? You passed up the good job and now are crippled on land with few improvements. Of course, you'll also have to figure out that diet at work/in town.

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    6. I gotta big decision to make. Can't wait to get in the woods. But this job is so easy, it's like I'm stealing. If I saved up some money I could really get some luxury goods. Solar, fridge, another Ak, More ammo. Some modern furnishings would take it from rough camping to home. But I am getting on in years and would hate to start going soft. Next I could be living in town with a new old lady, writing a blog, and microwaving wheat instead of over a campfire. Ha Ha I"m just messing with you. You helped me get started on this path. I might work for a year while I can, the land should always be there and is set up pretty well for Hobo survival, a little more money might smooth the rough edges.

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    7. I tried cooking the bread over the fire, but had to give up and nuke the bread at work in their microwave. So, no bread on the weekend ( perhaps the reason I was able to chock down the slop, near half a days calories, five days a week ). Don't use a cast iron skillet-you need a very thin piece of sheet metal or similar. I know you are funnin' me, just responding to the issue of off grid cooking. Good luck deciding.

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    8. FWIW & I know this is late but I'd take the easy money and stockpile / make your retreat more comfy

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    9. James, flat bread, corn pone, biscuits (sourdough or..) all easy to do on a skillet or fry pan. A double walled metal can (like a 5 gallon and 3 gallon paint can) with a brick or two in between to moderate heat and even yeasty bread can rise to the occasion. If my Boy Scouts can do it....

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  4. New program, introduce it buried deep within some multi hundred page congressional bill. Provide a one time payment stipend (nominal juicy payment, but not excessive, @$25-50+/-k.?) to any citizens whom are "loosers, and they know it" that have an inclination to "check out" from it all, thus getting themselves out of their circumstances and out of everyone else's way. Payable upon confirmed completion of the act. Think in terms of the payments made to suicide bomber's families when an accolyte goes kinetic against some enemy. Many such volunteers will arise, as it is a win-win proposition really, to keep things "busy". The citizen expiring themself can direct the payment as desired under contractual rules. This will be just be another step or process out of necessity by the state or society, to prolong the overextended carrying capacity of the related systems.

    Repost and disseminate, let's make this happen.
    I want to continue my t.v. and beer on a couch standards of living, forever.

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    1. I know some folks I'd put up the money myself

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    2. Lol. Broke ass po' & still fostering murderous fantasies.
      Love it!
      I really should direct some $ to you but I'm afraid I would be on short list. Lol :)

      How is it we go to 30K survivors while pre-Columbus Indians numbered in the millions?
      Also, your reindeer and bacteria overshoot examples seem faulty. Both cases lacked predators that's why complete die off from resource depletion.

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    3. Yes, millions PRE-Columbus. After smallpox, not so many. The land seemed so abundant ( forest and game ), and the feather Indians so peaceful ( less mass war among themselves ) because they were seeing an area largely depopulated by disease. The point of the reindeer and yeast examples was that a species overshoots with the resource base. Predation checks that, granted, but such a "controlled" experiment is being duplicated by humans. Even a Indian Smallpox repeat would not be enough to get the population under carrying capacity pre-oil. PS-bribing me is a good way to get off of the short list :)

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    4. Anon()(), if you always disagree with Bison, why do you keep reading him?

      Bison has the big picture to help you survive the hard times ahead.

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    5. Every group needs an argumentative Devil's Advocate type, or it is in danger of degenerating into Yes Men all on the elevator to the boardroom smelling each others flatulence and outdoing one another proclaiming how sweet it smells. He is Keeping It Real. Now, Anon ()(), if I'm wrong, please chime in. Perhaps you ate paint chips as a child? It's okay, no judgement here, I was a bit of a bizarre child myself. Although we grew up in California so there probably wasn't too many banned substances left there. Unless that was "Moonbeam Brown", and by then the damage was already done. I did drink a poison once, because it was purple, and that was supposed to be the sweet color of Tootsie Pops. I don't know why she was freaking out-nothing happened that I could tell. My point being, no childproof cap on that one!

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    6. Anon OO, YES there were millions of native Indians. Yet keep in mind that they were much more in tune with the natural world and knew which plants to forage. I would have to say overall probably better at hunting too.
      Because of guns most game is going to go fast and become scarce rather quickly. Eventually things will balance out and modern man will prevail. First though , he will crash very badly and starve.

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    7. Not 4:51 above. But yeah, I don’t get it either? Yes, I get the not wanting the comments section to devolve into a bunch of “yes men” sorta thing. But when someone is fundamentally opposed to the main premise of your writings (And it’s been clear from day one that your primary objective is to tie all problems faced today back to peak oil) why bother to follow, then write repeated, huge screeds disagreeing? Doesn’t make sense to me, but then again, perhaps I value my time a little more.

      I want to say that there is a label for this sort of thing, but it escapes me at the moment. But essentially, they’re people that enjoy disagreeing with others, just for the sake of, well; disagreeing with others. I can only imagine what a hoot this dude is around the holiday dinner table. He’s probably like that crazy uncle that always has to bring up hot button issues, such as politics, resulting in half the attendees excusing themselves, and leaving early :D Me, I’d prefer to take on some kind of meaningful hobby myself, which would exclude professionally disagreeing with strangers on the internet :D

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    8. Let us remain fair, however. One mans interesting hobby is another mans complete waste of time. I can't see shopping, or stamp collecting or restoring a classic car, or hell, even fanatic levels of movie watching/research/study. But others find it fulfilling, so...

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  5. I sense a screenplay in here somewhere:
    A lone horseman comes out of the dusk, trusty rifle in hand, winding his way through the burned out, overturned cars and blackened buildings of a long forgotten Main Street, long mane of flowing hair bouncing in the wind, saddlebags filled to the brim with wheat.

    Lord Bison has arrived . . .

    (Sing it to the tune of "Santa Claus is coming to town" for that cheery Christmas spirit.)

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    1. Well, dammit! I wanted this:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fe2FBn1pNAE

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    2. Nicely chosen! But where are you gonna get fuel for the choppers?

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    3. It's a movie! We could go only HALF Retard compared to Star Wars, and look realistic on our logistics. PS-no, I won't be watching that turd. Death To Mouse House! No, I'n not a die-hard fan. I was when I was a kid. I just think they need to stick PC up their ass.

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  6. Question for Demented guy...
    In yesterday's comments you stated you store your acorns in the shell. I haven't been using acorns anywhere as much as you have, but when I leave them out in the sun to dry, and then check them later, there's sometimes mold in there and bad spots that need to be cut out. Wouldn't it be better to shell them first for more compact storage and so you know none of them are bad inside and mold can't spread during the winter humidity?

    You might like one of these for rapid shelling, assuming your acorns are consistent size. If they're not, you just readjust the spacing for the smaller ones that slip through as it's widely adjustable for different size nuts. I've got multiple hours using this thing, high quality, multi-generational etc.
    https://shop.davebilt.com/Davebilt-43-Nutcracker-43.htm
    Romans 14:11

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    1. When I first pick up acorns they are tossed in water. The bad ones float and are placed in a pile for squirrel practice. I then dry the good ones on tarps and inside a very well sealed escort station wagon. The gutted wagon works great for secure drying. I store them when dry and in the intact shell should last for a few years. For shelling I use a 4-8 sheet of plywood with 2-4 screwed around the edge. Fill with a single layer of acorns and then I use a soil hand tamper to crack the shells, but not hard enough to crush the nut. I put cracked acorns in a bucket of water and stir with a drill (mixing paddle) and shells start to float. Red acorns have a skin that might slip off also. My acorns can be four different sizes. Red Oak usually fall every year and White usually seem to make a crop every other year. Some times the trees will just skip a year and not produce anything. I don't usually get many bad acorns but after stirring I pick off remaining shells and most of the red skin by hand. I believe the mold means some are not fully drying, and I get a few with bad spots. Floating really helps get rid of bad acorns. If you get the little worms in the nut it is usually from laying too long on the ground. Some people burn around the trees to kill the little worm. If you shell the acorns you must freeze or fridge because of the fat will spoil. I don't have that capability. After storage maybe 5% might be bad. I have had a few start to sprout so I planted them. A lot of people hot soak for leaching but you lose the fats and minerals this way. I leach only in cool water which takes longer but a better product. I hope this answered your questions ok. I'm not very good at putting what I'm thinking down in words. But I will always try to help. That nut cracker is sweet, might speed up the process.

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  7. “Only the well hidden with great reserves, or the very lucky, are going to survive the die-off.”


    I remember seeing a video that someone uploaded, of the $50 and up underground house dude. They filmed the entrance to one of his homes, and until he peeked his head out the door, you couldn’t even tell that is was there. That’s how well hidden it was. How on earth he managed to excavate around all those tree roots would be interesting to know. But that’s pretty much what you need to shoot for, something really well hidden. That Great Hideouts Of The West book, had some pretty good ideas as well. One was to take an old water tower and convert it to an apartment. For obvious reasons, it would have to be bulletproof.

    I saw an episode of that doomsday prepper series once. One of the dudes built a tree house, a covered it in some special reflective material, that made it blend in with the surrounding woods, which I thought was pretty darn cool. On the other hand, for portability, those tree tents that I linked once before, might have some potential.

    https://www.tentsile.com/

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    1. I think I remember that episode with the tree house. While interesting, it seems highly problematic.

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    2. The tree house guy was sub tac on the youtube. I believe scumbags found his location from the tv show, and robbed his ass. I think they stole everything he had out there and he gave up on the whole offgrid idea.

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    3. Sounds like a Yuppie Scum, unable to afford setbacks due to luxury living

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    4. Imagine going on TV and bragging about your preps, showing your hide out then wondering why you got robbed

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    5. It did come as a surprise to all of us :)

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  8. I was also going to mention the Maine hermit. He lived in close proximity to a resort area, with a combination of full time and part time residents. His actual hideout where he stayed, was some sort of rock formation, with very difficult access. He lived there, in relative close proximity to others, for 30 years. His downfall of course, relying on theft for resupply. Still, it gives one hope. He stayed there all of those years, and was only spotted by someone that recognized who he was, only once in that time.

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    1. Speaks well of local LEO's, doesn't it? :)

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    2. If the Maine Hermit is the guy I'm thinking of he didn't exactly thrive. And you're right. Thieving certainly draws attention to oneself but to be absolutely fair he did survive for quite some time.

      Very unfortunate they threw him in gaol for a bit. Poor guy

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    3. Of course, he was warm and full afterwards.

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  9. I don't remember the exact numbers right now, but I still remember being stunned by them. Someone created a comparison between oil and human effort. It was something like this: 1 barrel of oil produces the same amount of energy as 18,000 man hours of work. I'm not stating this as dramatically as what I had seen. None the less, do the math, and think it through. 18k mh vs 1 brl.

    A person working 40 hours a week would take 8.5 years to equal 1 barrel of oil. How many barrels of oil blow out of the ass end of a 747 running from NYFC to LA?

    The cost of technological achievement is too high to pay for. Humans have out smarted themselves and pulled the rug out at the same time. Where's the bottom?

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    1. I don't remember the numbers myself, but know exactly what you are saying. Astounding would come to mind, if we actually knew better. We are fish in water, with oil. I read that a one way flight over the Atlantic in a jumbo jet burns more energy than it took to build the Egyptian pyramids. Unless they were built my UFO's using fusion and anti-gravity tech, of course :)

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    2. The comparison I saw was "Put a gallon (or whatever) of gas in your car. Drive in a straight line until you run out of gas. Now push the car back"

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  10. Yet, based on the information I just gleaned earlier today...

    I am running the numbers based on the 2019 Iowa Ag extension price list. assuming that you own your own land, and do aall the work yourself. for 500 acres of corn at 178 bushel average per acre you net before tax 154kusd, if your yield goes upt to 198 per acre, you net before tax 191k usd, and if you get 218 per acre yield, you are going to net 233k. with a estimated 1220 hours of work. which means you are making at the lowest yield more than a lawyer at 128 bucks a hour working aprox 4 months without a day off.

    Now comparing calories per acre vs fuel... You are comparing inedible oil calories vs edible food calories as if they are one and the same. Even still the balance comes way out ahead for corn

    COMEANDMAKEIT

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    1. A lawyer might have a college loan, but that doesn't touch the farm equipment cost.

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