Posts tagged: Environment

Covering Up Population Decline

Countries experiencing inevitable population decline (see my post Population Lie) are attempting to fool the world and themselves in to thinking nothing is wrong. They will be able to fool most people for the short-run. Economies will be destroyed by declining populations in those counties which borrowed from non-existent future generations for their unearned lifestyles. […]

Thursday May 17th, 2012 in , , | No Comments »

Ehrlich’s Easy Honor: “Say what we want to hear”

Paul Ehrlich is the guy who lost a $10,000 bet in 1990 to the economist Julian Simon that prices would rise on the five core commodities (copper, nickel, chrome, tin, and tungsten) in the next ten years (1980-1990). Although world population increased by 800 million in the 80s, every single one of Ehrlich’s metals went down […]