[ RadSafe ] Re: Reasoning the Unreasonables

Emil kerrembaev at yahoo.com
Sun Sep 18 22:44:17 CDT 2005

John and Barbara,
Thank you, for your postings, thank you, for clearing out my
confusion after reading that statement about Cousteau's "extremist"
views. It was hard for me to imagine that Cousteau could be a
Howard just overstated, which can happen with everyone.
Below, Cousteau's statement which does not posses ANY EXTREMISM to
It has a lot of RESPONSIBILITY, which I respect.


> Date: Sun, 18 Sep 2005 11:23:14 EDT
> From: BLHamrick at aol.com
> Subject: Re: [ RadSafe ] Reasoning the Unreasonables
> (frm:Chernobyl's
> 	Reduced	Impact)
> To: maurysis at ev1.net, crispy_bird at yahoo.com
> In a message dated 9/17/2005 10:19:53 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,  
> maurysis at ev1.net writes:
> <<I failed to find  "... getting rid of 300,000 human beings  a day
> ...", 
> but the following interview reflects a pretty pragmatic view  of 
> environmental problems.>>
> It's from a 1991 interview appearing in the November 1991 UNESCO 
> Courier: 
> "Our society is turning toward more and more  needless consumption.
> It is a 
> vicious circle that I compare to cancer . . . .  Should we
> eliminate suffering, 
> diseases? The idea is beautiful, but perhaps  not a benefit for the
> long 
> term. We should not allow our dread of diseases to  endanger the
> future of our 
> species.
> This is a  terrible thing to say. In order to stabilize world
> population, we 
> must  eliminate 350,000 people per day. It is a horrible thing to
> say, but  it 
> is just as bad not to say it."


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