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Zeitgeist Seattle Message Board › I want a plan B in case technology does not come to our rescue.

I want a plan B in case technology does not come to our rescue.

A former member
Post #: 2,476
I want a plan B in case technology does not come to our rescue.

1. There are no sustainable energy sources that will rescue us at our current population levels and so we must ETHICALLY reduce our population.

2. We must change our ethical standard and agree that the most ethical behavior is to adopt a child and it is a bit less ethical to only have one child or twins.

3. Population reduction must be a part of any plan to rationally deal with peak oil (the end of cheap oil, natural gas, and coal), global climate change, biological/species decline, and natural
resources depletion.

4. Global climate change will only be mitigated with extremely stringent emissions policies that
reduce consumption rates and this must be done before fossil fuels are depleted.

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Global warming will result in the collapse of industrial civilization and over 80 experts think global economic collapse will happen within the next year or so.

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In his book Countdown: Our Last, Best Hope for a Future on Earth?, Alan Weisman explains that population is going in the wrong direction

Persistent efforts to cast doubt on a scientific certainty have their roots in philosophical opposition to big government and government regulation, expressed in a fierce, expertly managed, well-funded campaign. “It’s a story about government regulation, about organizations that take a position against government’s role in the marketplace.”
That climate change is occurring and is being caused by human activities has long been settled in the scientific community. A review of 1,000 articles found no disagreement. Overall agreement on the issue is at 97 to 99 percent, about as close to perfect harmony as scientists can get.
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