Soylent Green

Not The Onion. Not the Babylon Bee. You have to think this is a PR stunt. Scientist Says Eating Human Flesh Will Save Planet From Climate Change To accomplish the goal of reducing CO2 emissions, it would seem as if Magnus Söderlund is not talking about eating people who die of natural causes. One wonders… Continue reading Soylent Green

The human pestilence problem

I had a note from a reader wondering if I wasn't being hyperbolic in my contention that by "sustainability" "Green" fanatics intentionally mean to impose lower standards of living and a forced reduction in human population. We might consider the Malthusian miscalculations of Paul Ehrlich's 1968 book The Population Bomb and his proposals for forced… Continue reading The human pestilence problem

Population Bomb, bomb

This is your good news and history lesson for the day. The Simon Abundance Index: A New Way to Measure Availability of Resources (Citations omitted below.) Summary in a sentence: “As population increases, the time-price of most commodities will get cheaper for most people, most of the time. Unfortunately, most people will assume the opposite.”… Continue reading Population Bomb, bomb

The sky continues to fall

World has three years to prevent dangerous climate change, warn experts— Chicken LittleWhat would we do without experts? Doom predictions on the first Earth Day in 1970:“Civilization will end within 15 or 30 years unless immediate action is taken against problems facing mankind.” — George Wald, Harvard Biologist“It is already too late to avoid mass… Continue reading The sky continues to fall

The Road to Lithiumdumb

Once again Michigan Capitol Confidential nails it. "It" being the foolishness of our present governor, and what I fear to be the fatal conceit of the former MEDC czar who is about to become governor: Picking economic winners. Given his history, it may be even harder for Rick Snyder to resist the Sirens of Corporatism… Continue reading The Road to Lithiumdumb