Re: Human / animal Hybrids.....it's true!Feb 4th, 2005
Google it you'll find more sites supporting the fact that we are overpopulated than you will saying its a "myth"
Look its common sense. We live on a partially renewing orb. When we as species are consuuming faster than the ability of the planet to renew those resources, we are overpopulated. We past that point about a decade ago.
My wife (edgerunner) and I are more than happy with not having children. We know that in our small way we are helping to alleviate the problem of overpopulation.
10,000 years ago we were out of the caves and beginning to build farming communities
Pollution is the result of production. Factories produce to the demand of the society. ( hmmm ... do you think factories might be using resources)While it is easy to blame the governments for not regulating industries...Ultimately the government is us. We as a society are not putting enough pressure on our "leaders" to make the neccesary changes. Voting is one thing, but economic pressure must be placed on companies as well. Publicized boycotts of goods has an indirect effect on campaign contributions. As in a CEO who suddenly faces a drastic drop in the markets ...has trouble making generous contributions to whatever political affiliation he supports. Less money in the pockets of campaigns ...means the politicians are reliant on smaller contributers. Smaller contributers can form small groups that support specific issues. Meaning the politicians will have to support the issues of the smaller groups to get their messeage out.
Meanwhile back to the point...because there is a demand for a particular resource. We tend to use that resource faster than we can replenish it. That is a symptom of overpopulation.
Yes, temperature has changed over the Earth's history. Don't you find it strange that the Earth has been warming since just after the industrial revolution. Pretty odd coincidence. More people, more cars, More people, more factories, More people, less forests, More people, more farms...see the common denominator yet?
I don't believe for one second that there is absolutely no poverty in Japan.
Open land does not mean you can farm it. Hence many of the problems in Africa.
Of course there are many reasons for wars.The main one always seems to be I want control of that piece of property. Hmmm...do ya think that might be because the resources on the piece of property now are dwindling ?
I think I can find more empirical data to support my arguments. Face it you know I'm right.