What can we do about it?

Jacqueline Soule soule at WSUNIX.WSU.EDU
Fri Mar 31 12:20:12 CST 1995

On Wed, 29 Mar 1995, Neal Evenhuis wrote:
> >
> > And certainly, if someone is willing to make only one personal
> > sacrifice to help the environment, deciding not to have children is
> > definately the best choice.  Abstaining from having children beats
> > years of sorting cans!
> >
> > Michael Chamberland
> Well, I agree sort of (I've made that personal decision myself), but . . .
> if all the "smart and concerned" people abstain from having children, then
> who's going to run the world after we die? Unconcerned dummies? (oh, I get
> it, it's not any worse than what we've got now. Hahahahaha.)
> Neal L. Evenhuis

See also: C.M. Kornbluth "The Marching Morons"  originally written in the
1950's reprinted several times.  He has a fascinating view of the
potential future.

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