15 percent of all protein humans eat on earth comes from marine fish. However, the oceans are slowly dying, meaning a significant risk to the world’s food supply. As smaller fish die off (due to a multitude of issues such as overfishing and climate change, to name a few) the bigger predators who rely on them as a food source also die. The evidence for these die-offs is clear, however, the media and government have been mostly silent about the issue.
- It appears the ocean is slowly dying and with it our food supply.
- Scientists have recorded the collapse of several dozen food chains within the Pacific Ocean but the actual number may be closer to thousands.
- Despite the evidence there is media silence on this, even scientists, but especially the government.
“While academics are forbidden, under threat, to share their findings on the actual health of the Pacific Ocean, stories of blue deserts void of life are popping up along the West Coast and other coastal regions around the world.”