“Ecocide” Would Criminalize Resource Development
Note that “peaceful enjoyment by the inhabitants” is a very broad term that is not limited to human beings. Rather, it includes everything from grass, fish, and insects, to mice, snakes, and people.
Richard Dawkins as Reluctant Darwinian
At a debate in Chicago between Dawkins and Bret Weinstein, I witnessed something that I never thought I’d see.
On Biology of the Second Reich, New York Times Misses the Elephant in the Room
Yes, yes, Timesmen. But where did German racist science get its justification?
Avengers: Infinity War — The Culture of Death Goes Galactic
The archvillain’s motivations are crystal clear, and very familiar if you know about the views on human population associated with Paul Ehrlich or, even more so, Eric Pianka.
No, Trees Are Not People Too
Novelist Barbara Kingsolver seriously asserts, in her review of a novel in which trees are characters, that they are people too.