Is Earth Overpopulated?
ucrtoday.ucr.edu | March 19, 2012
‘Richard Cardullo, a professor of biology at the University of California, Riverside, will give a free public lecture on campus in which he will discuss whether there are too many people in the world today….’
‘His hour-long lecture is titled “Earth 101: Too Many People?” …’
‘”Our current rate of population growth is clearly unsustainable…’
It’s a huge planet with lots of empty space, but this scientist says the human population causes it “enormous” “stress”. It groans and heaves under our nasty big feet, and speaks to ‘scientists’ (priests) in their dreams at night as it strains to provide water, energy and food. To do that, it is forced to spin faster and it doesn’t like that. Eventually it will crack in two and all the water and energy will spill out, and the food will get dirty. Someday I guess they will teach that in school alongside “the sun doesn’t heat the earth”.
Mostly his research zeros in on how to sterilize people, getting right to the people “problem” that a few elitists want to fix:
‘As a scientist he has worked on problems directly related to understanding the cellular and molecular mechanisms that determine how individuals reproduce…’
‘…willing to develop new technologies that will both solve the population problem and heal the planet of damage that we human beings have caused…’
Isn’t that wonderful that they’re teaching undergrads all that cool stuff now? Sounds like we have quite the future to look forward to.
I don’t think he means damage caused by nuclear energy, chemical weapons, GMO, or war. I think he means campfires and people burning coal to keep warm, or burning fuel to travel and build things they need to keep their families comfortable, all that “bad” stuff.
And all those forest fires for millions of years with people throwing away their cigarettes! And the earth is also suffering delayed stress from the dinosaurs. But the humans are particularly bad because they fart more than all the other species combined.
‘…current scientific approaches for reducing birth rates through the development of new contraceptive agents that target specific events in the fertilization process.’
‘This year’s lecture series, titled “Earth 101: What You Need to Know About Life on Our Planet,” aims to boost the public’s awareness and understanding of science and of how scientists work.‘
Well, the public needs to know that “scientists” work on behalf of those with power and money, those who think there are “too many people” taking up their space and using their stuff.