Agricultural carrying capacity has nothing to do with the warming of the climate--2000 years ago North Africa was the granary of the Roman Empire at a time when the climate was warmer than it is now. I'd be interested to see your source on the "death" of the oceans. That the Japanese are raping the oceans just as fast as they can cannot be denied, but the oceans have never been a major source of food other than locally--the entire world population has never relied heavily on the production of the oceans. The undoubted problem with the evolution of microbes that are resistant to antibiotics also has nothing to do with the carrying capacity of the planet to produce food.
Will lots of people die of malnutrition and disease in the years to come? Certainly. Is that any different from what humans have always known thoughout history? Not at all.
You can drop that "Polly" bullshit. Both that and your Chicken Little screed are, as is always the case with you, offered without substantiation. Even now you have evidently not read the thread. I trust Farmerman's analysis of carring capacity far more than i do any of the bullshit you peddle.
If prospects are so immediately dire as you claim, it should be simplicity itself for you to provide sources to back you up. Said sources will be, of course, subject to review for reliability. Not that i expect that you'll provide any sources for your claims--you never do. But then, you are "zen," aren't you? You don't need no steenking sources.
You Bubba, it's a sure sign of a delusional view of oneself when you begin referring to yourself in the third person. You do provide excellent comic relief, i'll give you that.