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Quotes from rightwing neocon Cato Institute staff Julian Simon attacking Overpopulation as "Myth" are erroneously absurd and inappropriate to lead article. Paul Ehrlich destroyed Simon's "Humans are the Ultimate Resource" theory in David Suzuki's PBS video, PAUL EHRLICH AND THE POPULATION BOMB. Simon claimed the planet can never have too many humans. In overpopulated decades ahead, Paul Ehrlich will be remembered as a heroic visionary, while those claiming Overpopulation is a "myth" will be condemned for destroying the planet and our quality of life. 188.8.131.52 22:39, 27 June 2007 (UTC)
- This paragraph is now properly worded and should not be deleted. It was acerbic and derogatory, but now is edited and relevant. It is critical of Julian Simon and his neocon movement's absurd statement that "Overpopulation is a Myth." Overpopulation is certainly not a myth. Yet if you Google "overpopulation," the top results are these nonsense websites claiming "overpopulation is a myth."
- We must restore SCIENCE and REASON. This debate is similar to the DARWINIAN EVOLUTION debate: In both cases, there is no debate among the scientific community, rather, a few rightwing religious cultists don't want to tolerate Darwinian Evolution or Birth Control, so they constantly attack Wikipedia and other sites to promote their own anti-Evolution, anti-Birth Control agenda.
- If I despise Catholics, should I be allowed to vandalize the biography of the Pope? No. So we should not allow anti-birth control cultists to vandalize the Overpopulation Wiki with the absurd claim that "Overpopulation is a myth." This is why my University forbids Wikipedia and Wikiquote as footnote references on our academic papers: We cannot trust content often vandalized by cultists with an agenda. User:184.108.40.206|220.127.116.11]] 02:14, 29 June 2007 (UTC)
I was hoping to find some quotes regarding our earth not being overpopulated when I searched the word overpopulated.
Um, Simon won the bet. So, the above rant is a bit like saying the Colts beat Namath's Jets.
The Cato Institute is "rightwing" and "neocon"? Are these people serious? The latest statistics I have seen ate that since 1960 food production has increased by 25% but population has douvled. And in Africa food production has decreased by 10% while the population increased by 40%