I believe that that is something worth thinking about, even if Ehrlich does not.
In 1968, Paul Ehrlich wrote his book "The Population Bomb." In this book, he said that the earth had too many people.
His reasoning could easily be proved wrong if he simply tried to make similar predictions about the past.
This book is an abject failure. The author should be ashamed for writing it. I met Erlich in Costa Rica in 1989 and was critical of the book, but he was unabashed about his fear... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Mark Taylor
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I read this book years ago and I totally believed it. But it's crap. Just NONSENSE. This fool was on every talk show in America
telling people to stop having kids because... Read more
Eco-craziness reached its peak with this book - it reads like science fiction, with the "fiction" part being the operative word. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Patriot Reader
The book was controversial when it came out as it was quite alarmist, although common belief among educated people is that it was true, and consistent with Malthusian theory. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hanno the Phoenician
Paul Ehrlich, in 1968 - in less than two months - like Mozart racing through his own score for "The Marriage of Figaro" - engendered a telling picture of what, alas, human... Read morePublished 6 months ago by forestsofcorot
"46 Years Later and Not One Projection Has Come True" Pretty much sums up the entirety of the liberal/communist utopia of all of the drug addled hippies of this time.Published 9 months ago by Jerrell Strawn
His timing was off but he was basically right. People aren't freaking out as his predictions come to pass because they are part of the new normal of ongoing species extinctions,... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lisa
This book will eventually be recognized as one of the most important predictive books of the 20th century. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Geronimo Andrews