Wednesday, December 19, 2007

A Response to Aussie Wacko

While professors from Down Under may understand kangaroos better than we do, it's clear that they don't know a lot about ecology--nor self-preservation.

Fortunately, the World Congress of Families pays attention to such things.

...a recent Michigan State University study actually showed that married households contribute less to global warming than single person households. The former (with or without children) are more environmentally efficient and use significantly less energy and resources than single households according to Jianguo Liu, an ecologist whose analysis appears in the online edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (”

Worse, the prof is proposing social suicide for Australia, according to Alan Carlson of the Worlkd Congress:

“Australia’s birthrate is currently 1.75 – less than half of what it was in 1960 and well below the number of births-per-woman needed just to replace current population (2.11),” Carlson noted.
“Who does Walters think will pay his pension, if not children from large families when they become workers?”

Carlson continued: “Any human contribution to global warming is a function of poor stewardship of the earth, not total population size.”

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