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i.e the wild stocks need to be maintained from overfishing and the "tradgedy of the commons"

The current form of fish farms need review... well maybe include all farming practices too.

Some Iceland links on the protection of it's natural fishing stock resource.

In fact, because fish populations migrate, and the oceans are interconnected in many ways, the whole planet needs to be regarded as one large "fish farm" and managed accordingly. There is a huge potential to increase the annual yield in catches. Just look at any old photos of fish landings from local sea areas.

Don't forget to see the "Year of the Goat" 50 cents either. Fortunately we don't need many of them to buy a decent meal. Lets hope it stays that way too. Fingers crossed.

Some nice old tech theme music. I like older technologies... but that's all for another board probably.

You don't sell the dream of lifetime.

Don't like the Theremin? Maybe listen to this rendition by the Danish National Symphony Orchestra
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398In the comments.. "The Australian government is malicious and sadistic andLitore Lapis-August 28
397Face Masks, do they stop viruses or droplets? nah. Litore Lapis-August 27
396Whats the price of fish? How long is a piece of string? Inflation vs deflationLitore Lapis-August 4
395Covid19 What they are doing in Texas USA youtube.comLitore Lapis-August 4
394Davide Icke returns. He describes the nightmare we are currently living. freLitore Lapis-August 3
393Here is an interesting and recent development. [graphic] & [graphic] &aLitore Lapis-August 1
392[graphic] azquotes.comLitore Lapis-July 30
391facebook.comLitore Lapis-July 29
390Diary update. August 8th. Somehow I missed June 13th. I must be slipping, need tLitore Lapis-July 29
389Diary update. August 8th. Somehow I missed June 13th. I must be slipping, need tLitore Lapis-July 29
388I remember this from my marine navigation days. A tanker was on a constant beariLitore Lapis-June 1
387"We were too late" Nature took care of the problem before the biocrimLitore Lapis-May 21
386"Strong ties to Joe Biden" The concerns about the new Covid19 vaccineLitore Lapis-May 20
385‘The American friends’: New court files expose Sheldon Adelson’s security team iLitore Lapis-May 20
384[graphic]Litore Lapis-May 18
383"By the end of the year more than 260 million people will face starvation -Litore Lapis-May 18
382Plenty of ocean around this one. The sea bed just needs cleaning up from all theLitore Lapis-May 18
381"Fauci is Culpable" & "Crimes against humanity" NatureLitore Lapis-May 17
380Vaccines. youtube.comLitore Lapis-May 17
379Hooray ! We are SAVED !!! zerohedgeLitore Lapis-May 17
378UK Petition for an Inquiry into the Virus outbreak. [graphic] petition.parliaLitore Lapis-May 16
377The magazine "Atlantic" warns of a dangerous new trend. theatlantic.Litore Lapis-May 16
376While we wait for fish stocks to recover... some medical choices we can make inLitore Lapis-May 16
375The fact is (far as I can remember) people in the UK have forgotten how to cook Litore Lapis-April 6
374That is one huge fish.Litore Lapis-9/9/2019
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