Originated from the original article at New Scientist
First dear reader allow me to introduce you to Dr. Warren Hern, Director of the Boulder (Colorado) Abortion Clinic. This man (more aptly, sick bastard) preaches his success of killing unborn babies since 1975 and preach he does, at just about every opportunity he gets. Dr. Hern is the presenter of session OOS 7-1: Pulse of the planet: An epidemiologist's global ecological diagnosis at the Ecological Society of America's 94th annual meeting in Albuquerque, NM pontificates that you, I and of course not himself are a malignant growth upon Mother Earth.
If you have never heard of the Ecological Society of America they are in all senses a group of leftist enviro-whack jobs. Oh, and we are all the descendants of amoebas.
The session OOS 7-1: Pulse of the planet: An epidemiologist's global ecological diagnosis comes to the WRONG conclusion that:
The most significant characteristic of malignancy is uncontrolled growth, and that is displayed in global energy use by urban populations.
Results/Conclusions The human species as a whole now displays four major characteristics of a malignant process: rapid, uncontrolled growth; invasion and destruction of adjacent normal tissues (ecosystems); metastasis (distant colonization); and dedifferentiation (loss of distinctiveness in individual components). We have become a malignant ecopathologic process.
He points out that like the accelerated growth of a cancer, the human population has quadrupled in the past 100 years, and at this rate will reach a size in 2025 that leads to global collapse and catastrophe.
And there you have it. Advice from an abortion doctor who kills babies for profit that humans are a scourge upon the earth and that we will all die. Of course Dr. Hern is a complete fool; everyone knows that Algore has set the date of earth's destruction in January 2016, a full 9 years before this WE ARE ALL GONNA DIE prediction.
And lastly, what would some crazy earth ending prediction by a tin foil hat nut be without the obligatory socialist rhetoric calling for a government on high to regulate our existence.
The hope from above is that governments will finally realize that never-ending economic growth is incompatible with the finite material resources Earth has to offer, and begin to manage those resources more fairly and equitably through some kind of world government.
Note: I do apologize for using the New Scientist links. I still feel dirty, even after a Pine Sol and bleach shower.