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How to use "Surplusage superabundance" in context?
When too much of anything exists, the Malthusian Trap can ensue. In this trap, populations grow unchecked, until there are not enough resources to provide for everyone, and famine, disease, and war result. The problem of surplusage superabundance is an impending global challenge that will require creative solutions if we are to avoid catastrophe.
Superabundance of natural resources is a pressing problem. With the discovery and development of new sources of oil and gas, new minerals, and new agricultural land, the world has become increasingly prosperous.
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