23 October 2011

Is This the State of the Earth, Prior to the Collapse?

Globaia.org has compiled a set of maps which reveal much of the "human layer of planet Earth." The energy map above reveals pipelines, powerlines, and other parts of the planetary energy infrastructure.
This map reveals the cities, the roads, the airways, the shipping ways, and more. Note where most of the action takes place, and consider why that may be so.
This map reveals where humans are procreating the most rapidly, and where future population growth is likely to occur. This is particularly important, as the United Nations ramps up overpopulation fears this week at a highly publicised event.
This map reveals the per person GDP of selected nations, as well as the estimated average population IQ by nations. Note that it is the poorest and least intelligent populations which exhibit the highest fertility. As we have learned recently, these are also some of the world's most violent populations.

So, is it time to panic? The global hysteria bandwagon and PR machine appears to be mobilised for an all out panic blitz via the skankstream media. The rather sleazy media release of partial and preliminary conclusions of the BEST Project has tipped the hand of the backstage manager -- particularly when combined with this coming week's UN population report extravaganza. More on BEST Project from Steve McIntyre.

According to our overlords, it is time to panic. According to our masters, we have no choice but hand total control of our lives over to those who know best. The alternative, you see, is total devastation of the entire planet. A race of conquering extraterrestrial invaders could not craft a more stark ultimatum: Surrender, or your planet will be destroyed!

The clear -- but unintentional -- message from this ramping up of public hysteria and alarmism, is that the overseers are beginning to see their grand plans falling apart in their hands.

What has changed over the past year, for the UN to suddenly warn that the world population may grow to 15 billion by the year 2100 -- when the message from the UN last year was that the most likely number in the year 2100 would be 10 billion or fewer? This appears to be a re-cycled prediction from the 20th century of population angst, brought back to life to suit a particular purpose in time and place.

Large portions of the populations of North America, Europe, and Oceania, have begun to move away from this mass hysteria over climate, population, resource scarcity, and environmental doom. Suddenly, a tempered optimism is gaining ground in the public sphere. We have grown emboldened enough to ask ourselves: "Would the world end if we became more optimistic?".

But this optimism is unacceptable, so we are being told to panic by the UN, the climate orthodoxy, the multi-billion dollar Green power block, and by powerful members within our own governments. We are being pressured to give up and let our betters take over the planning and operations of virtually every detail of our lives. We are being told that we have no choice in the matter.

But if we truly had no choice in the matter, I suspect that the public relations machine of the movement -- in conjunction with the skankstream media -- would not be resorting to these dishonest and frantically thuggish methods of influencing public opinion.

Question authority.

All of this renewed drive toward a grand global public hysteria is oriented toward upcoming elections. Many of the politicos who are favoured by the movement, are in danger of losing power, causing the movement to lose precious momentum. This momentum must be maintained at all costs. Thus the rush to panic the herd.

But when things are rushed, mistakes are made. These mistakes allow clearer glimpses into the machinations of the movement's coalition. That is when the weak points can be noted, and studied.

Pay close attention to what happens next.

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Blogger Reliapundit said...



Sunday, 23 October, 2011  
Blogger al fin said...


I have always enjoyed the multiple map presentation approach.

Freedom, property rights, and the rule of law are all important in terms of optimising prosperity.

Even under optimal freedom, of course, different populations will reach different outcomes due to a number of other factors, including the broad genetic complement contributing to human capital.

Sunday, 23 October, 2011  
Blogger gtg723y said...


Keep in mind that even though the population that breeds like bunny rabbits is less intelligent and more violent is not necessarily a bad thing. Keep in mind that the members of these populations also tend to die in droves due to natural calamities, starvation, and civil war.

Monday, 24 October, 2011  
Blogger painlord2k@gmail.com said...

Pull the life line and things will start to run as they should.
In practical terms, stop the aid to these places and only invest for profit there.
This will be in the interest of the people here and there. When only the labor is rewarded and not corruption the best, the most law abiding, the most intelligent and able to work are rewarded.
Selection pressure can have a big effect if it is directed in the right way. The Russian fox studies show this.

Tuesday, 25 October, 2011  
Blogger al fin said...

gtg723y: Painlord2k has the best response -- "hands off!"

If the outside world cannot stay out of the problems of the third world, then the third world problems become our problems. Civil war, starvation, natural disaster, whatever -- they all become our problem.

Particularly when the overflow from the third world decides to come to your hometown for some free goodies, inflating your crime numbers along the way.

If you have a local church or organisation that is sponsoring the influx of poverty and crime from the third world into your community, why not let them know what you think?

Tuesday, 25 October, 2011  
Blogger Whirlwind22 said...

Looks like Paul Ehrlich is back


Tuesday, 25 October, 2011  

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