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All living things need and consume energy to survive. According to theoretical physicist Geoffrey West, if you're a hunter gatherer living in the amazon you'll need about 250 watts of energy to survive, which is mostly used to run about and find food. If you're living in a 1st world country you're likely to use around 11,000 watts. When you add up all calories and the energy needed for computers, air-conditioners, etc. it is clear that we have created a lifestyle that is unsustainable. We require more watts than a blue whale, the biggest animal that has ever existed. Our planet cannot sustain seven billion blue whales.