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.
"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 4 months ago by Jerrell Strawn
Paul Ehrlich is a biologist. He should have stuck with that instead of dipping into the silliness. I will stick to the time frame when the book was published. Read morePublished 13 months ago by JG
i hv not finished reading all of it, & hv loaned it out to a friend. it is interesting, prophetic,sad,& really provokes your
mind to think about our present times.....
It is interesting that many of the "scientific predictions" made in this book did not occur. Guess that it the risk of making SPECIFIC predictions. Read morePublished 15 months ago by James Meritt
Electronic publishing is great, as you can 'adjust' your predictions as needed to show you were always right. For example, if Mr. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Robert K. Levy
It is always risky predicting the future, but someone needs to do it. Although this book didn't work out exactly like Mr. Ehrlich predicted, the general idea is right on. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Flint Sage
Paul Ehrlich and this book are, without a doubt, the cornucopians' and anti-environmentalists' favorite targets. Read morePublished 24 months ago by HARM
This was a decent book, but not because I agree with any of the content. I believe in keeping your enemies closer, and any who seek population control through force, or still hold... Read morePublished on April 20, 2012 by Morphew
It has been 40 years since I read Ehrlich's book and I've been meaning to reread it just to see if there's any way to justify the many objections to his warning that our population... Read morePublished on November 25, 2011 by Carl