Food for Thought

  title={Food for Thought},
  author={A. Gibbons},
  pages={1558 - 1560}
  • A. Gibbons
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine, Geography
  • Science
Food from 458 m2—calculation for a sustainable, circular, and local land-based and landless food production system
Four hundred fifty-eight meter square is the available cropland per person throughout Africa, if the population will increase 4 to 5 times towards 4.3 to 5.9 billion people in 2100, the maximumExpand
Omega-3 fatty acids and mental health
High-quality clinical trials should be conducted to examine the efficacy of omega-3 fatty acids in preventing and treating mental disorders, and the undesirable side effects of omega -3 fatty acid supplementation should also be considered. Expand
The Anthropocene: Exploring its origins, biology, and future
  • M. Lucock
  • Medicine, Biology
  • American journal of human biology : the official journal of the Human Biology Council
  • 2020
It is argued that in attempting to define the Anthropocene Epoch/Age and its future effects, long-term human biology and its environmental sequelae should inform on this existential question, not semantics, divisive political conjecture and populist selfinterest, or a snap-shot of historically recent geology. Expand
On Human Sociality I
Synopsis : Up to now, the focus of our attention had been the way in which economics’ paradigmatic core betrayed us by its false promise. Here, however, we begin the examination of whether thisExpand
Reviewing the Concept of Technological Singularities: How Can It Explain Human Evolution?
The concept of “technological singularity”, while controversial, is typically applied to predict the next explosion of intelligence related to advances in computers and artificial intelligence. AExpand
Tracing Fire in Early European Prehistory: Microcharcoal Quantification in Geological and Archaeological Records from Molise (Southern Italy)
Fire control and conservation is a major innovation of early prehistory. It is evidenced on Early Palaeolithic sites in western Eurasia dating to between 400 and 300 ka. In southern Italy, a largeExpand
Amplio, Ergo Sum.
  • D. Lawrence
  • Philosophy, Medicine
  • Cambridge quarterly of healthcare ethics : CQ : the international journal of healthcare ethics committees
  • 2018
The idea that enhancement technologies have been and will continue to be an essential element of what the authors might call the "human continuum," and are indeed key to their existence and evolution into persons is explored. Expand
Impact of fatty acids on brain circulation, structure and function.
  • R. Haast, A. Kiliaan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Prostaglandins, leukotrienes, and essential fatty acids
  • 2015
In vivo research conducted on the effects of ω3-LCPUFAs and saturated fatty acids on integrity (circulation, structure and function) of the young, aging and diseased brain is reviewed. Expand
Origin of Human Language in an Evolutionary Context: Evolution-Progression Model
The author analyzes the infant developmental stage, human anatomy, animal behavior studies, and anthropological changes to unravel the origin of language and implies how language might have begun in accordance with the prior multidisciplinary analysis. Expand
There's nothing much new under the Sun: The challenges of exploiting and using energy and other resources through history
The links between economic prosperity, or lack thereof, and the exploitation and use of energy and other natural resources go back to the earliest records of the human species – and in importantExpand