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However, even this calculation is modest, since it excludes the recent progress that has been made in transforming tropical deserts into fertile regions. 2 As was indicated, the above calculation makes no provision for future progress in agricultural science. , all suggest an almost limitless expansion of food resources: ‘Some synthetic foods are beyond the planning stage. Proteins are actually being produced today by means of ferment, torula yeast, which is fed on molasses. A factory, operating on the technical principles of the English scientist A.

190-1. , 27 pp. x91-2. e. ’ Thus stated the thesis merely refers to space considered purely extensively. But space must also be considered qualitatively. For by space Sadler understands the capacity to sustain life; from which it follows that a mountainous area or a region under ice and snow is not comparable to a fertile area of equal extension located in a temperate zone. This qualification or extension of the definition of space does not, Sadler argues, destroy the operational or practical value of the concept.

190-1. , 27 pp. x91-2. e. ’ Thus stated the thesis merely refers to space considered purely extensively. But space must also be considered qualitatively. For by space Sadler understands the capacity to sustain life; from which it follows that a mountainous area or a region under ice and snow is not comparable to a fertile area of equal extension located in a temperate zone. This qualification or extension of the definition of space does not, Sadler argues, destroy the operational or practical value of the concept.

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