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  • Meet The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement

    07/22/2008 11:20:26 AM PDT · by pabianice · 19 replies · 80+ views
    vhemt ^ | 7/22/08
    "May we live long and die out" Phasing out the human race by voluntarily ceasing to breed will allow Earth's biosphere to return to good health. Crowded conditions and resource shortages will improve as we become less dense.
  • Global Swarming (Are babies the new SUVs?)

    09/12/2007 1:52:30 PM PDT · by presidio9 · 55 replies · 1,105+ views
    Slate ^ | Monday, Sept. 10, 2007 | Daniel Engber
    Oh, if we all just disappeared. According to The World Without Us, Alan Weisman's strangely comforting vision of human annihilation, the Earth would be a lot better off. In his doomsday scenario, freshwater floods would course through the New York subway system, ailanthus roots would heave up sidewalks, and a parade of coyotes, bears, and deer would eventually trot across the George Washington Bridge and repopulate Manhattan. Nature lovers can take solace in the idea that the planet will thrive once we've finally destroyed ourselves with global warming. But Weisman takes the fantasy one step further: Let's not wait for...
  • Let Them Eat Tofu! (Ann Coulter Ridicules Liberal Misanthropes Alert)

    02/28/2007 4:00:33 PM PST · by goldstategop · 94 replies · 3,517+ views
    Worldnetdaily.com ^ | 02/28/2007 | Ann Coulter
    Even right-wingers who know that "global warming" is a crock do not seem to grasp what the tree-huggers are demanding. Liberals want mass starvation and human devastation. Forget the lunacy of people claiming to tell us the precise temperature of planet Earth in 1918 based on tree rings. Or the fact that in the '70s liberals were issuing similarly dire warnings about "global cooling." Simply consider what noted climatologists Al Gore and Melissa Etheridge are demanding that we do to combat their nutty conjectures about "global warming." They want us to starve the productive sector of fossil fuel and allow...
  • Evil Texas Professor wants to kill most humans

    04/05/2006 11:21:44 AM PDT · by rockbobster · 8 replies · 448+ views
    Evil Texan wants to kill most humans Austin, Texas - Perhaps Homeland Security agents might want to take a break from cruising the net for young teen poon and take a look at Eric R. Pianka. The University of Texas Professor has grand schemes for wholesale liquidation of human populations that would dwarf the grandest ambitions of Stalin, Hilter and Mao combined, by using the Ebola virus. "Every one of you who gets to survive has to bury nine," Eric Pianka cautioned students and guests at St. Edward's University on Friday. Pianka's words are part of what he calls his...
  • Award Winner Advocates Pandemic Mega-Death as Solution to Evironmental Issues

    04/02/2006 10:49:31 AM PDT · by CharlesThe Hammer · 72 replies · 1,399+ views
    Drudge Report ^ | 3/31/06 | Forrest M. Mims III
    31 March 2006 Meeting Doctor Doom Forrest M. Mims III Copyright 2006 by Forrest M. Mims III. Recently citizen scientist Forrest Mims told me about a speech he heard at the Texas Academy of Science during which the speaker, a world-renowned ecologist, advocated for the extermination of 90 percent of the human species in a most horrible and painful manner. Apparently at the speaker's direction, the speech was not video taped by the Academy and so Forrest's may be the only record of what was said. Forrest's account of what he witnessed chilled my soul. Astonishingly, Forrest reports that many...
  • How likely is human extinction?

    04/14/2004 6:15:04 AM PDT · by Momaw Nadon · 519 replies · 1,986+ views
    Mail & Guardian Online ^ | Tuesday, April 13, 2004 | Kate Ravilious
    Every species seems to come and go. Some last longer than others, but nothing lasts forever. Humans are a relatively recent phenomenon, jumping out of trees and striding across the land around 200 000 years ago. Will we persist for many millions of years to come, or are we headed for an evolutionary makeover, or even extinction? According to Reinhard Stindl, of the Institute of Medical Biology in Vienna, the answer to this question could lie at the tips of our chromosomes. In a controversial new theory he suggests that all eukaryotic species (everything except bacteria and algae) have an...