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Overpopulous By Ethan R. & Ryan G.
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With a staggering population of over 130 billion people, the world has come to the decision that there will be a fight to the death. Gladiators from all countries will compete to keep their country... More > alive. Only the top five will survive.< Less
The tenth Menace Environment and Overpopulation By Werner H. Cornelis
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Nine threats to environment are defined, their interrelations discussed. One threat (the tenth) seems to be active in all nine. It can be estimated at +70% if individual consumption stays high. What... More > can be done about it ? Population control, control of immigration, etc. THIS IS NEW ! ! !< Less
What Will Happen to Me? An exploration of pet overpopulation and how it affects our relationship with animals By Erica L. Friede
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In her first print production, Erica Friede provides an in-depth look at the world of animals and the unique relationship we share with them. What Will Happen To Me? addresses issues like factory... More > farming, hoarding, the economy, overcrowding shelters and pet education. Through analysis and the personal stories of four amazing animals, we discover how we are contributing to this growing crisis.< Less
What Will Happen to Me? An exploration of pet overpopulation and how it affects our relationship with animals By Erica L. Friede
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In her first print production, Erica Friede provides an in-depth look at the world of animals and the unique relationship we share with them. What Will Happen To Me? addresses issues like factory... More > farming, hoarding, the economy, overcrowding shelters and pet education. Through analysis and the personal stories of four amazing animals, we discover how we are contributing to this growing crisis.< Less
What Will Happen to Me? An exploration of pet overpopulation and how it affects our relationship with animals By Erica L. Friede
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In her first print production, Erica Friede provides an in-depth look at the world of animals and the unique relationship we share with them. What Will Happen To Me? addresses issues like factory... More > farming, hoarding, the economy, overcrowding shelters and pet education. Through analysis and the personal stories of four amazing animals, we discover how we are contributing to this growing crisis.< Less
What Will Happen to Me? An exploration of pet overpopulation and how it affects our relationship with animals By Erica L. Friede
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In her first print production, Erica Friede provides an in-depth look at the world of animals and the unique relationship we share with them. What Will Happen To Me? addresses issues like factory... More > farming, hoarding, the economy, overcrowding shelters and pet education. Through analysis and the personal stories of four amazing animals, we discover how we are contributing to this growing crisis.< Less
From Big Bang to Small Bang -The History of the Universe - With Special Emphasis on Planet Earth and Its Greatest Problem – Overpopulation – and Some of the Peculiarities of Its Inhabitants By Siegfried Eckleben
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An eyewitness account of the evolution of the universe, From BIG BANG to Small Bang is told by Yog, a quark. Quarks are the oldest existing particles. They know everything, since everything is made... More > of quarks and electrons. Yog describes the formation of matter, of stars, galaxies, our solar system, our planet, of life – and eventually, humans, emanating from Africa. Being now part of an earthling, Yog knows the peculiarities of humans too. Yog determines the key event that distinguished man from beast. It finds that earthlings have overtaken biological evolution by technological development and predicts that evolution does not end with today’s Homo sapiens but continues towards a more rational being, Homo prudens. Finally, Yog diagnoses the underlying problem on the planet: overpopulation by humans. FBBTSB is written in plain language for average persons – from teenagers to pensioners. There are no formulae or diagrams. The text is livened-up by a series of cartoon-like sketches.< Less
The Legacy of Ismail Haniyeh, Yahya Sinwar and the Hamas Organization in Palestine – A militant Government facilitating Disregard for Innocent Life, Violent Extremism, Overpopulation and Suicide in Gaza By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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After 10 years of siege, the 2 million people of Gaza, living packed on a tiny strip find themselves without work, their economy killed off, without the bare essentials for decent life and without... More > any hope of freedom. The siege is fracturing minds, pushing the most sensitive and vulnerable to suicide in numbers never seen before; such as the suicide of Mohanned Younis, a 22-year-old student in Gaza, being symbolic of the misery and despair of the siege. Hence the blockade of the Gaza Strip must go. Yet Hamas’s leaders – Ismail Haniyeh and Yahya Sinwar – seem to reject reconciliation with Israel; reconciliation being an essential prerequisite to lift the Gaza blockade. Hence Hamas’s leaders need to reinvent themselves and make peace with Israel; otherwise the Gazans must find a new leadership, so that the blockade can finally be lifted. Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book explores social scientific, ethical and Islamic approaches, so that human rights can be restored in Gaza and Palestine< Less
The Legacy of Benjamin Netanyahu and the Likud Party in Israel – A Military Government facilitating Disregard for Innocent Life, Overpopulation, Suicide and Violent Extremism in Gaza By Dr. Mark O'Doherty
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After 10 years of siege, the 2 million people of Gaza, living packed on a tiny strip, find themselves without work, their economy killed off, without the bare essentials for decent life and without... More > any hope of freedom, or any sign that their situation will change. Being in violation of international humanitarian law, the siege is fracturing minds, pushing the most sensitive and vulnerable to suicide in numbers never seen before. Hence it is imperative that the blockade in Gaza is lifted; especially since the recent Gaza shootings in May 2018, where 116 Palestinians were killed, more than 200 Palestinian children had been shot by live ammunition, and over 12.600 were injured; almost all of whom were unarmed. Yet Israel treated the violence as a jailer might a prison riot: a tragic fault of the inmates. Critical, but also deeply sensitive and humane, this book explores cutting-edge social scientific and ethical approaches, so that human rights and human dignity can be restored in Gaza and Israel.< Less
We the People Are Good to Eat By William D'Andrea
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In a fatally overpopulated future Earth, all that the people have to eat is each other and they thank God for every meal. In this world, keeping the population trimmed and the meat quota filled, is... More > every citizen's responsibility. Gladiator type combat games have become a high school sport. This is the students' way of participating in both the population trimming and meat harvest. A Cheerleader discovers that some things in this world are not the way that everyone believes, and strange things begin to happen. "A week ago," she said, "I was killed for food, and all was right with the world. Now I'm alive again, and the world's turned upside down."< Less

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