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An interesting read that offers a great example of a complex model. The explanations of the feedback loops are great for those new to stochastic modeling. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Danny B
A very impotant book. The message should be taken seriously. The world's politicians have to act now.Published 1 month ago by Lars Olert
This is an amazing explanation of the present world condition in terms of its coined word, ¨Overshoot¨: population and food supply, resources and climate warming, and political... Read morePublished 2 months ago by James C.
What drivel. Julian Simon dispelled these myths 30 years ago and they don't refute him, they just ignore him. Wolf...wolf...WOLF... WHY WON'T ANYONE LISTEN TO ME!?!Published 5 months ago by StyleDoggie
3rd edition of a book saying we should be dead by now. You know your press agents are good when you are allowed to reprint this garbage.Published 6 months ago by Tsook
It is just a rehash of the 1970 book. If you read that one then pass on this book. If not read it, you'll be amazed. Too sum it up...the world population is doomed. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Captain Cole
I read the first publication of this incredible study in college way back when we still used pen and paper for notes. This current update is disheartening in its scientific data. Read morePublished 11 months ago by JG McALLISTER