RFI Wikipedia page
John Leonard <>
Wed, 6 May 2009 10:46:29 +1000
Can you help, a few months ago I was reading a Wikipedia page that
described a mathematical model that soemone constrcuted in the 1960s
which showed that humanity could not persist in a technological phase
of civilisation for long because the build-up of pollution caused by
the technology would ruin the ecosystem (proved correct since by
C02-caused global warming). The predictions it made for the maximum
population for long-term survival of the species made Paul Ehrlich
look like a starry-eyed optimist.
Unfortunately I didn't bookmark this page, and no amount of searching
will find it again. Can anyone remember what this model is called, or
has anyone seen this Wikipedia page?
"I rejoice that there are owls." Thoreau
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