One of my professors has done leading research in this feild. It is predicted that if we continue to fish the oceans the way we currently do as of 2006 that by 2048 the oceans will have no sea life, only small organisms and plancton.
Probably not the worst assumption, we'd be cutting out the middle man energy wise, eating only plants and herbivores.
But you have presented no case? You say there is evidence but cannot produce it?!? I've done my homework, how about you?
I dare say you have low standards for evidence if you have found any, and that takes us right back to wishful thinking.
I 'presented a case' by posting the original article. I'm not here to defend to the death, or prove incontrovertibly, anything. Certainly, I don't believe there is enough proof for some people, anyway.
I'm not here to argue. I only wished to share. If you want to argue about it you'll have to start without me.
Look, you post this junk and act like it is true by default. I can't prove it, but I still find giving hope to continued overconsumption so grossly irresponsible on so many accounts that I cannot begin to understand why anyone would WANT to perpetuate such unproven things that only serve to muddy the water.