Time horizons, the issue with nutrient density, and a vision for a better food system
great post couldnt agree more about nutrient density driving the entire future of food/etc. I like the options from EOV/Land 2 Market. I think they have a great framework for producers to verify the efforts behind regenerative approaches. Org's like BFA (https://www.bionutrient.org/site/) and people like Stephan (https://stephanvanvliet.com/) are driving the needle behind this work. Have yall looked into this for K&F? I am working to include this in our regenerative framework at GoodSAM PBC. Great post thanks for sharing!
Loved this edition! Your points on humanoid robots and long-term thinking made me think of a tweet I saw recently. I can't find it now, but it was something like "Compute will most likely 100X in the next 10 years, plan your career assuming that is the case." Regardless if this is true or not, I am definitely interested in seeing what happens when humanoid robots/better sensors affect the food chain (even though this has been preached/discussed for years)
At the risk of making you regret the 'hot take' section since you mentioned not (wanting to?) explaining, I know I would be very interested in your detailed take on this particular subject. It's something I and pretty much everyone I know is currently struggling with. I suspect you're right because the older I get, the worse these are getting. The more I pay attention, the more I realize how hard it is to find clean, whole foods in the USA.
Another great post Justin!