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Paul Ehrlich, cannibalism and the Overpopulation Myth

Why does Dr. Paul Ehrlich, entomologist, author and Stanford professor still get attention after being wrong so many times and what is his motivation for making such outrageous statements as, “I think the issues are more likely to be “is it perfectly OK to eat the bodies of your dead because we’re all so hungry” as he did in 2014 in an interview on HuffPost Live?

To answer these questions and to take a look at the “Overpopulation Myth”, I had the opportunity to talk to the President of the Population Research Institute, Steven Mosher to get his thoughts on these topics in this 2014 interview.

 

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About the Author

Robert Herriman
In addition to his work on the Tampa Dispatch, Robert is the Editor-in-Chief of the health and disease website, Outbreak News Today. He also hosts the podcast, Outbreak News Interviews on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher Radio and other platforms.

1 Comment on "Paul Ehrlich, cannibalism and the Overpopulation Myth"

  1. To Robert Herriman:
    Steve Mosher is a pro life catholic with 9 children. He was expelled from Stanford for unethical conduct. Our planetary boundaries are facing increased stresses and every assessment shows we are in significant overshoot and a crash will occur. Ehrlich may have been wrong with his timing but not wrong with his prediction. Having Mosher on gives the appearance that you fall into his camp and back his agenda. Please have people who are science based on your show and not religious zealots.It brings credibility to your podcast. Happy to debate Mr Mosher any day on his assertions.

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