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Pope Francis and Climate Change

Posted by on Apr 18, 2015 in Ecology, Featured | 0 comments

Pope Francis and Climate Change

Pope Francis is  a pop pope (1). At last a pontiff who is widely popular and not just by religious people. His predecessor Pope Benedict XVI (2) appeared to be morose and not very friendly. Unlike Benedict Pope Francis is not afraid to speak out against social injustice, income inequality or other everyday problems. I want to concentrate on two topics pertaining to Nesseq.com. One is the stance of Pope Francis about Climate Change and the other about population in general. Pope Francis...

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Negative Birth Rate

Posted by on Jun 23, 2011 in Ecology | 2 comments

Negative Birth Rate

Global society will in the near future be confronted with three major problems. The first problem. The present world population, seven billion, is already an acute problem. And it will be an even bigger problem as soon as nine billion people will inhabit the earth. This is estimated to happen merely 40 years from now, around the middle of the century! The second problem. The shadows of the global debts are looming on the horizon and will have to be redeemed eventually. We all know how volatile...

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Futurology and Climate Change

Posted by on Oct 29, 2010 in Ecology | 17 comments

Futurology and Climate Change

Futurology is a fairly new science. Although some people claim it is nothing but mambo jumbo. This post is not intended to find out what stance one should take towards futurology, it is up to everyone what one wants to believe. On the 18. October 2010 I heard Dr. David Passig, who teaches futurology at the Bar Ilan University in Israel, in a radio show. Dr. Passig mentioned that World Population will grow until the middle of the century to 9 billion people. And then he postulated, that until...

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