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Written by: Dolores Hark
Date posted: 4 August 2009

Thank you for stating the obvious via research – very interesting findings / thoughts, in fact…

Save the Planet: Have Fewer Kids…

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“Many people are unaware of the power of exponential population growth,” Murtaugh said. “Future growth amplifies the consequences of people’s reproductive choices today, the same way that compound interest amplifies a bank balance.”

-LiveScience.com Staff

livescience.com – Mon Aug 3, 12:18 pm ET


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