Doctor Who - the Art of Destruction Themes

Stephen Cole
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Overpopulation And Food Scarcity

Conflict resulting from overpopulation and food scarcity is a main theme in this book. There are so many people on the planet that there is little land left on which to grow food. People are starving and people have to sneak food to loved ones under risk of penalty. Solomon is part of a project that works to find ways to grow food using agriculture technology. In this book, he is growing food under a volcano where it isn't obvious to a general person passing by.

Because food is so scarce, he and his co-workers try to work with different forms of fungus to use for food. They even experiment with using dead bodies for farming. This is highly offensive to some of the scientists while others think it's wise, knowing that radical thinking can break the cycle of famine.

The Ethical Boundaries of Working With Others

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