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Sunday, March 7, 2010

Overpopulation Is A Serious Problem On Planet Earth

There is too much noise, too much pollution, too much war, too much conflict, too much of everything.  The reason for such fierce job competition, too many toxic fragrance users, too many cars, and too much meat consumption is because of overpopulation.  There is no mystery as to why the human race is wrought with problems and often seems like a power keg ready to explode.  If you compare today's cities to the cities in 1920, you'd see a dramatic difference.  Urban sprawl has spread like wildfire throughout North America and is getting worse on a daily basis.  This is because of an explosion in the population.  For every new child who is brought into the world, there is a need for food, clothing, personal care hygiene products, and a better running vehicle that gets good gas mpg.

When you think about the current number of people in the world, that is a significant huge number, and with the new births everyday, that number is steadfastly on the rise.  The one thing that can help to mitigate the overpopulation is to make healthy wise choices that reduce your carbon footprint on Mother Earth.  If each new child brought into the world ate an organic natural vegan diet, bathed in products that contained 100% organic natural plant essences, and used and wore clothing and miscellaneous items that were made from non-toxic, earth-friendly, recycled materials, his/her carbon footprint would be significantly reduced.  Something to think about.  Don't you think?


  1. The biggest obstacle we face in changing attitudes toward overpopulation is economists. Since the field of economics was branded "the dismal science" after Malthus' theory, economists have been adamant that they would never again consider the subject of overpopulation and continue to insist that man is ingenious enough to overcome any obstacle to further growth. Even worse, economists insist that population growth is vital to economic growth. This is why world leaders continue to ignore population growth in the face of mounting challenges like peak oil, global warming and a whole host of other environmental and resource issues.

    But because they are blind to population growth, there's one obstacle they haven't considered: the finiteness of space available on earth. The very act of using space more efficiently creates a problem for which there is no solution: it inevitably begins to drive down per capita consumption and, consequently, per capita employment, leading to rising unemployment and poverty.

    If you‘re interested in learning more about this important new economic theory, then I invite you to visit my web site at

    Pete Murphy
    Author, "Five Short Blasts"

  2. Thank you, Mr. Murphy, for your very interesting enlightening comment. Your theory makes a lot of sense and it's something to seriously think about. Great comment! I look forward to more insightful comments. Thank you.

    D.A. Colvin