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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver IN THE JULY ISSUE I remarked that while the latest technology had made it much easier to produce photographic lies, especially in cinematographic form, it had long been possible to produce mendacious pictures, that is, pictures that portrayed something that did not happen. This,…
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Massive population growth in the Third World is by far the most ominous factor for destruction of our natural environment; the slow-growth White population is largely one of problem-solvers, while the fast-growth Muslim, lower-grade south Asian, Mestizo, and African populations are constituted
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims The End of Industrial Civilization INDUSTRIAL CIVILIZATION will finish, and it will have been a singular pulse in the history of Earthly life. Humans might become extinct. If humans continue to exist, their culture will be that of a Stone Age impoverished by the way their near ancestors,…
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Classic Essays

A MORE THAN casual look at The Environmental Movement shows it to be mostly a facade of noisy rhetoric. If the speechifying is largely surrealistic, the problems are real. Basic resources for industry, as well as exotic ones, are getting scarcer. Cheap oil is a thing of the past. Even if there are no real…
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