All-in-one rotary cutting magic with Omnigrid®: handy by Nancy Johnson-Srebro

By Nancy Johnson-Srebro

Learn how to minimize 18 geometric shapes and accomplish ideal accuracy together with your rotary cutter. 36 bonus block designs!

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This example of the difficulty of forecasting future population relates to extrapolation from a wealth of information. Other predictions based on simple premises abound in the more popular literature. Sir George Knibbs, statistician to the Government of Australia calculated that if world population were to grow at the rate of 1% per annum for 10,000 years, the progeny of man would have a mass equal to to 21 times that of the earth. Similarly, some American authors have stated that with present growth, in the year AD 2330 the population of the world will be such that there will be one person for every square yard of its surface.

The lower intakes in poor Asian and African countries than in Europe could be due to smaller stature of the peoples of those countries, or as we have seen the very reverse. The final rows of the table show that people in the poor Asian and African countries receive about 56% of the energy and 50% of the protein which Europeans receive. The ratio of protein to energy in their food supply is not so greatly different; those in these poorer countries simply receive less food qua food. A comparison of the amounts supplied in these selected Asian and African countries with the American recommended daily allowances is reasonable.

The differences are little short of absurd. It is inconceivable that a man moving from the United States of America to Czechoslovakia immediately requires a diet nearly twice as rich in protein, and then requires still more if he moves to Bulgaria! These anomalies with respect to recommended allowances of protein reflect earlier uncertainties about the protein requirements of man, uncertainties which led to unfortunate effects on world food policy in the 1960s and 1970s. 2 Developing economies f Phillipines \ Malaysia 56 5-8 considerable relevance in any attempts to forecast food needs in the future.

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