Full organic production cannot really match high intensity agriculture. But high intensity agriculture is probably not sustainable in the long term. It uses too much chemical stuff that is growing more expensive and hard to find by the day, and it generates a lot of pollution. I think new methods like integrated pest management and no-till plowing, combined with many of the techniques used by organic farmers will create a new agricultural paradigm that can yield adequate levels of production and also be sustainable. Farther down the road, we will likely be eating a lot of vat-grown foods like processed algae and cloned meat.
* I have the right to live, thus I have the right to defend my life from attackers who would take it from me.
* I have the right to my private property, thus I have the right to defend my property from thieves who would take it from me.
* I have the right to self-determination, thus I have the right to defend my liberty from tyrants who would take it from me.
* The only usable tools for these tasks are guns, and thus I have the right to shoot anyone who would take my guns from me.