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Global Problems

Oregroanian Mar 6, 2007 page A1: A headline screaming about China’s dirty air.

In anything is evident today it should be that the problems of the world are everybody’s problems. Those problems are hunger, starvation, poverty, suffering, world terrorism and global warming. These problems are a result of 7 billion humans on a small planet. The causes of hunger and starvation are quite simply the lack of cheap and abundant food. Poverty and suffering can be reduced by cheap and abundant energy. If these two problems were solved, terrorism would die because humans that are well fed, and contented with their lives will not strap a bomb on their bodies and blow up anything.

This planet can comfortable support between 1 billion and 2 billion people which occurred in the middle half of the 1800s. Somehow, the world must get back to a sustainable population. China has to feed large numbers of starving people, crushed under poverty and suffering. They are at least trying to do something about the problem of population reduction. The rest of the civilized nations cannot criticize China until those nations also have a negative population growth.

Screaming about industrial emissions is blowing smoke. Renewable energy and green power is a gag in both senses of the word. This problem will not be solved by technology or throwing money at it. If left alone, the problem will solve itself. However, no one will like that solution. If Kulongoski wants to leave a legacy, forget bill 373. By 2025 we will have 10 billion people on the planet and his teensy weensy bit of expensive renewable energy will be a joke. Do something on the base problem. Do something about population control. God save us from stupidity


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