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    Arrow Re: Local region econoculturism

    Yes, ridiculous isn't it. There are some local products, not very many. I bought my first alcohol just up the road, a pint of John Smith's smooth, but nowadays I prefer vodka, I'm not much of a drinker though.

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    Yeah, I'm trying to get used to a spiked English Devon cream and it's weird having the taste of wine in dairy products!

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    While not every region has everything it needs, hence the reason for trade, it's important to invest in the capabilities of one's own home turf. I think that the reason why our world imports so many raw materials, may be to let our demands stretch the limits of foreign ecosystems, thereby preserving the wilderness in which we live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baorn View Post
    While not every region has everything it needs, hence the reason for trade,
    it's important to invest in the capabilities of one's own home turf.

    I think that the reason why our world imports so many raw materials,
    may be to let our demands stretch the limits of foreign ecosystems,
    thereby preserving the wilderness in which we live.
    Do you mean the wilderness in the United States of America ?

    In Europe the countries have not much wilderness left,
    since apparently only Spain has less than 100 people living on a square kilometer;
    England and Germany have more than 200 , the Netherlands even more than 400 .

    Schleswig-Holstein and Bavaria have just 137 inhabitants / km² ,
    but after World War Two, many refugees were settled in small newly raised villages
    of a dozen houses all over the countrysides.

    There is not much wilderness left.
    And because of the rising populace in Africa , there will be not much wilderness left there,
    except for the Sahara desert.

    Russia should have 8, Canada 3, Australia 2 people per sqkm; the USA 33.
    These countries could be considered to have some wilderness left.
    Mk 10:18 What do you call me a good master, no-one is good .

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