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Eliminating the Three Major Survival Obstacles and Disasters Faced by Humanity in the 21st Century is Being Implemented

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Eliminating the Three Major Survival Obstacles and Disasters Faced by Humanity in the 21st Century is Being Implemented

Fifth edition

International Green Global Research and Development Organization

First edition June 18, 2000

Second edition March 26, 2009

Third edition August 28, 2016

Fourth edition, September 30, 2018

Fifth edition September 28, 2019


1、 The heavy topic of this century three

2、 The three major obstacles to survival disasters are the bitter fruits of human self cultivation four

I. Food crisis four

1. Farmland is constantly decreasing

2. The increase in population and population growth rate

3. Increase in natural disasters and decrease in arable land effect

4. Natural resources are scarce, and human food is even more scarce

II. Desertification Crisis seven

1. A strange noun

2. The degree of global land desertification is limited

III. Human health crisis eight

1. The emergence of this noun

2. The arrival of a health crisis

3、 Will humans overcome the three major survival obstacles and disasters that are approaching twelve

1. Difficult Problems to Solve twelve

(1) The Origin of Limits

(2) There's someone like the first person to eat crabs

2. Eliminate from here thirteen

(1) Theoretical basis for "nutrient utilization of plant stems and leaves"

(2) Breaking through the limit is ongoing

4、 Outlook sixteen

1、 The heavy topics of this century

Experts from this organization have determined that the 21st century is a century of profound disasters for humanity, as the three major survival barriers that humanity has brewed for itself in its own way of survival are quietly approaching.

In 2030, the world population will reach 9 billion, which is the limit of population growth. The world will experience a comprehensive famine, which is the food crisis disaster that humanity will face; In 2012, over a quarter of the world's land area will become a desert, which is the limit of desertification; The trend of desertification in the world will become more severe. Due to the desertification disasters caused by deserts, human beings cannot survive normally, which is the desertification crisis disaster that humanity is facing; In 2010, the global pollution limit and natural tolerance limit have arrived, and global disease outbreaks will occur more frequently. One person with a disease will affect the world, and one bird with a disease will affect the world. This phenomenon will have an impact on human health and survival, which is the human health crisis disaster.

The three major survival disasters of humanity, namely the three major obstacles to human survival, are disasters like the "end of the world" that are approaching humanity over time and becoming increasingly severe. It seems that we have presented a terrifying picture to everyone, terrifying and unbelievable. People always think that humans can solve all problems and that the conclusions we make are just sensational post dinner discussions. But the facts and signals that followed made us believe that the three Great Tribulation we said had already happened in many parts of the earth.

The three major survival disasters that humanity will face in the 21st century are the bottlenecks in human development; The three major obstacles to survival tightly entangle human footsteps like shadows; The Three Great Tribulation is a "Sword of Damocles" hanging on people's heads, which may give a fatal blow to human beings at any time. So far, the world has not found a way to eliminate the three Great Tribulation. Human beings must first solve the problem of survival before they can say anything else.

Today, we are telling people that the existence of these crises is awakening people's "crisis awareness" and not thinking that we will grow safely on this planet; These crises are created by ourselves as humans, and we will face the consequences of our own struggles. The issue of human survival and security caused by the ecological security of the Earth will be severely faced by humanity - this is caused by humanity's unbridled development and excessive greed for nature. Now we tell people that the existence of these disasters is to call for people's "global village concept". We cannot wait until we are thirsty to dig wells, we must treat nature well, love the earth, and find ways to solve the crisis; The Three Great Tribulation are the common disasters of mankind. Their coming and approaching will make mankind have to unite together to jointly safeguard the ecological security of the earth, and will enhance the "global village consciousness" of mankind. No matter what country and ethnic group, they are all "global village villagers"

2、 The three major obstacles to survival are the bitter fruits that humans have planted themselves

(1) Food Crisis Disaster: The food crisis faced by humanity in 2030 was a consensus reached in 1995 when key figures and scientists from around the world gathered in Ottawa, Canada, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the establishment of the World Food and Agriculture Organization. The main reasons for this are as follows:

1. Farmland is constantly decreasing

(1) The sharp increase in desertification: The annual land area of desertification in the world is approximately 50000 to 70000 square kilometers, of which approximately 30000 to 40000 square kilometers are cultivated land.

(2) Artificial land occupation: Due to the comprehensive development of industrialization, urban development, and population increase. For every additional person in the world, it takes up an average of 100 square meters of land. Entering the 21st century, the World population will increase by 100 million people every year. By 2030, the world will have a net increase of 3 billion people, and 300000 square kilometers of land will be lost. More than 80% of these lands are arable land, which will result in a loss of over 240000 square kilometers (24 million hectares) of arable land.

(3) Soil erosion: Soil erosion causes many lands to become deserts, turning cultivated land into deserts and low yield fields. According to a research team from Cornell University in 1995, soil erosion currently causes losses to global agricultural land, mainly manifested in the erosion of rainwater and floods, as well as wind erosion, which washes out 75 billion tons of soil annually. 80% of the world's arable land is facing moderate to severe soil erosion, and even in countries with good land use such as the United States and Europe, an average of 17 tons of surface soil is lost per hectare of land; The number in Africa, South America, and Asia is as high as 40 tons; On the steep slopes of Nigeria's Woodlands, up to 220 tons of soil are lost per hectare annually; And in some places in Jakarta, a record of 400 tons per hectare lost annually has been set.

Due to the existence and increasing development of the above reasons, by 2030, more than 90% of countries in the world will have a per capita arable land area lower than the per capita arable land danger point set by international organizations of 0.053 hectares (0.795 acres). If this number is lower, humanity will fully erupt into a food crisis disaster.

2. With the increase in population and population competition, humanity is accelerating towards the danger point of per capita arable land.

In 1900, the world population was only 1.5 billion.

In 1950, the world population reached 2.555 billion, with an average annual increase of 21.1 million


In 1968, the world population reached 3.555 billion, with an average annual increase of 55.55 million


In 1981, the world population reached 4.533 billion, with an average annual increase of 75.23 million;

In World population, the world population reached 5.7 billion, with an average annual increase of 83.35 million;

After 2000, the world will increase by 100 million people every year, and the world population will reach 9 billion by 2030.

By 2030, the arable land on Earth will not be able to feed a large population, leading to global hunger and famine. And this problem occurred in many parts of the world as early as ten years ago. According to the figures released by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization in 1995, there are currently 6.7 billion people in the world, of which 800 million are hungry and 1.3 billion are poor. The severity of this problem is evident.

3. The increase in natural disasters has made land that is already below the danger point of per capita arable land unable to become effective farmland.

(1) Due to environmental changes and other factors, global disasters such as water, drought, insects, frost, wind, and hail will occur frequently. After 2012, they will become even more severe, especially from 2022 onwards, which will make the existing farmland unusable.

(2) The lack of water resources caused by global warming will lead to insufficient and insufficient irrigation water for existing farmland, resulting in reduced crop yields and insufficient food supply.

(3) Cultivated land is working with diseases. Due to the excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides on cultivated land, the water holding capacity of the land decreases, and the effective index cannot be fully utilized. This will result in reduced crop yields.

(4) Environmental pollution, which increases harmful gases such as sulfur dioxide and carbon dioxide in the air, will lead to factors such as acid rain and greenhouse effect that are not conducive to crop growth, leading to abnormal crop growth and a significant reduction in production.

4. There is a shortage of natural resources, and the food and nutrients available for human consumption are becoming increasingly scarce.

Due to the inability of humans to make proper use of nature, the nutrition and food it provides to humans are decreasing, and the population is constantly increasing. As the contrast widens, the average person receives fewer natural benefits.

The fish and aquatic products provided by rivers, lakes, and oceans are constantly decreasing, and many fishermen in regions are currently unable to catch fish and aquatic products; The reduction of forests has led to a decrease in human utilization of forest nutrients and food; The desertification of the land has resulted in the loss of large oases, and the nutrients that humans obtain from green resources are also decreasing.

What we have said above can be summarized as follows: firstly, the contrast between the decrease in arable land and the increase in population is constantly increasing, increasing to a dangerous point where per capita arable land is lower than per capita arable land, with per capita arable land being 0.053 hectares (0.795 acres) or less. In 2030, humans cannot feed themselves with limited arable land. Secondly, with the continuous increase of natural disasters, the contrast between the decreasing application capacity of arable land and the increasing output of crops such as grain is also decreasing. In 2030, the per capita only 0.053 hectares of arable land cannot play a normal role. Thirdly, with the reduction of natural resources and the increase of population, humanity should receive less and less charity from nature. This is the reason for the human food disaster in 2030.

The food crisis disaster will fully erupt on Earth in 2030, but it does not mean that such a disaster only occurred in 2030. It has already occurred in many parts of the world, but it is intensifying year after year. 2030 will be a "doomsday" like disaster.

(2) Desertification crisis disaster

1. A strange noun:

People are aware of the dangers of desertification, but they do not understand the 'desertification crisis disaster'. It refers to the global desertification area reaching a certain limit, that is, the "desertification limit", which will cause global harm. The main manifestations are as follows:

(1) Direct impact

A. The expansion rate of desertification and the loss rate of green space have increased, and large areas of farmland and land have been engulfed, causing thousands of people to become ecological refugees.

B. The intensification of sand and dust caused by desertification has affected agriculture, industry, transportation, communication, and other areas in the surrounding areas with more frequent occurrences, while also posing a crisis to human health.

(2) Indirect impact:

A. Extreme climate phenomena increase, manifested as abnormal weather conditions, with particularly hot summers, particularly cold winters, or becoming warmer winters; The incidence of natural disasters such as floods, droughts, wind disasters, hail disasters, and snow disasters has increased. As the Earth warms and temperatures rise, the incidence of such disasters will continue to increase and increase.

B. The incidence of plant diseases and pests has increased, manifested by the widespread occurrence of global plant diseases and pests, and the severity of locust like disasters.

C. The incidents of Carnivore attacking humans and animals and herbivores endangering humans frequently occur. This is due to the continuous reduction of green space area, which hinders the survival of herbivores and leads to a decrease in their numbers, causing hunger for carnivores and endangering humanity; Due to the lack of food for herbivores, farmland has to be endangered.

D. The phenomenon of human diseases is increasing. This is due to climate change, which mutates microorganisms and endangers human health; Due to abnormal climate, humans find it difficult to adapt and diseases increase.

Based on the above situation, our organization predicted as early as 2000 that the global harm caused by desertification began to emerge in 2008.

2. The degree of desertification on global land is limited:

The global desertification area is gradual, with an average annual desertification area of approximately 30000 to 70000 square kilometers in the 20th century before 2000; After 2000, the global average annual area of desertification was approximately 70000 square kilometers. This number is not a fixed number, it gradually increases over time.

The degree of global desertification is limited, reaching the limit (i.e. "desertification limit"), and desertification will have an impact and harm on the world; The limit of desertification is determined by the area of desertification, which means that if more than a quarter of the global land area reaches desertification, it will cause global harm.

According to the figures released by the United Nations Environment Development Organization in 2001, one quarter of the earth's land area has become a desert, with an area of about 37.5 million square kilometers. More than 110 countries are endangered, and the affected population accounts for one sixth of the world's population. According to our investigation, testing, and observation, more than a quarter of the world's land area will become desert within 10 to 12 years, and a global desertification disaster will occur. In 2000, experts from our organization predicted that the specific occurrence time will become more apparent after 2012.

(3) Human health crisis disaster

1. The emergence of this noun

The term 'human health crisis disaster' was proposed by our International Green Global Research and Development Organization. It does not refer to the harm of general diseases to human health, but rather to the harm of global diseases and their spread to human health. This is the harm caused by the arrival of "pollution limit and nature's tolerance limit", mainly manifested as follows:

(1) The frequency of diseases affecting the global epidemic is increasing, and the chances of diseases being transmitted by insects and animals in close contact with humans (such as mosquitoes, flies, mice, dogs, etc.) are increasing: if one person has a disease, it will endanger the world, and if one person has an infection, it will affect the world. As the limits of pollution and natural tolerance reach, diseases such as SARS and highly pathogenic avian influenza will occur more frequently; For example, after being bitten by mosquitoes, people may encounter new troubles.

(2) The incidence of various diseases occurring now is increasing: A. The incidence of various diseases occurring now (such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, leukemia, diabetes, AIDS, liver disease, etc.) is increasing. B. The rare Rare disease (such as brain defect, thalassemia, Marfan's syndrome, Fabre's disease, etc.) occur frequently, and the number of people increases. C. People's Fertility has declined and homosexual population has expanded. These are all the consequences of pollution.

(3) An increase in rare and difficult diseases: Due to the intensification of pollution, bacteria and viruses mutate, resulting in the occurrence of many diseases for humans. Even cases where doctors cannot name themselves frequently occur. For example, the "0157" virus that occurred in Japan, the "non-specific influenza" that spread in the Americas, and so on. After these inexplicable diseases occurred, medical workers had to name a disease based on its condition and bacterial conditions.

(4) Increase of Suboptimal health population: due to the long-term pollution of human living environment, the Endocrine system of the human body is dysfunctional and the immune function is low. The proportion of this population continues to increase, reaching 50% to 70%. The more developed countries and cities have a larger proportion of the population.

(5) Frequent toxic incidents of contaminated food: Nowadays, people use too many fertilizers and pesticides (such as insecticides and herbicides) in the production process of various grains, and farmland has become chemical farmland. The food, vegetables, fruits and other products produced in this farmland are polluting products; Nowadays, excessive use of chemical additives in the production of various livestock products also results in polluting products; Ecotype products have disappeared. The food consumed by people (such as milk, pork, eggs, vegetables, fruits, etc.) has been contaminated. Long term consumption of these pollutants will accumulate more and more in the human body, and to a certain extent, it will have consequences and endanger human health, such as liver, gallbladder, Kidney stone disease, hyperlipidemia, leukemia, brain diseases, cancer and other diseases are related to the application of these polluting foods.

For organisms, it will lead to the extinction of many species: due to the arrival of pollution limits, the living environment of organisms will be destroyed, leading to the extinction or reduction of many visible animals and plants. Especially large animals such as whales and dolphins that survive in the ocean often experience suicidal incidents of collective land flight, ultimately leading to the extinction of dinosaurs.

2. The arrival of a health crisis disaster:

(1) Two limits

a. The "pollution limit" refers to the consequences of global industrial pollution. Pollution refers to the pollution of air, water, dust and biology by industry, Household goods and industrial goods. Pollution leads to decreased immune function and biological variation in animals; Pollution produces a greenhouse effect, causing plant variation and growth to be affected, and so on. These are all the consequences of pollution.

Global industrialization began in 1950, 1970

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