Should every household be self sufficient when it comes to food supply? I know that’s tall order. maybe not every household but communities should bear some of the load as well. How could everyone in the world be self sufficient when people are living in 300sq ft or less apartments stacked 400 high and 30 wide in downtown Tokyo? Well honestly while that’s a problem in its own maybe we can redefine what we consider a household, that’s for another time. Maybe we can not use extremes and have to settle for centralizing the food sources so that we can just send them food when they need it or they can come shop with us to get their needs met. Actually that’s what we are doing now it has solved some immediate problems, cause a few new problems to emerge, but overall the problems are getting worse, problems like desertification, famine in parts of the world, overall quality of living. Not to mention what happens if a portion of the population is cut off from their food supply, that would be chaos. Examples of potential issues being the US importing a huge amount of our food from foreign suppliers and growing meat stock in sub par conditions. Einstein once said, “if its beautiful then it usually works”……sub-par meat stock does not sound beautiful to me. Food supply being dispersed throughout the population, Locally grown with intentional overlap in the event of emergencies. I’m not saying stop commercial agriculture but if we take the load off them for our primary food source then they can focus on supplying us with the food we would otherwise import. Maybe they wouldn’t be needing to consolidate so much and be able to use more organic farming methods. Believe me there is not a scientist or commercial farmer in the world who believes the direction we are going is the right one but instead they agree its what we have to do, every one of them doing their best to produce as much as they can with as little impact as possible……to their knowledge. lets take some weight of them. If you cant use a centrifuge then grow a tomato, if you cant grow a tomato maybe help someone who can in exchange for tomatoes, you get the picture. I challenge readers to comment with questions, oppositions, ideas and more.