by Richard (Rick) Mills, Gold Seek:
As a general rule, the most successful man in life is the man who has the best information
Population growth reports say we can expect, barring WW lll or a virus like Ebola going airborne, upwards of 11.4 billion people on the planet by the 2060s. There’s just over 7 billion of us now. A possible 50 percent plus gain in our numbers over such a short time is going to put enormous strain on our abilities to source the needed inputs for survival let alone bring those in the developing world up to the same level of amenities that we in the developed world have or expect to obtain.
Rising global scarcity of minerals – the metals our industrial and connected society uses every day to sustain its lifestyle – is a subject we will all become very familiar with. That’s because there’s no getting around the fact we live on a planet with a finite resource base and a growing population.
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