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Former NASA Scientist Says “Western Lifestyle” Allows For Global Population Of 500 Million Max

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. / By Jurriaan Maessen / October 26, 2012

DeWayne Cecil, a former NASA climatologist, has argued recently on the Sharon Kleyne Hour Radio Talk Show that the earth cannot support more than 500 million people if the current “western” lifestyles persist. He also stressed that population control and fresh water resource management are “top global priorities”.

Dr. Cecil, who was a researcher for both NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, currently works for the alarmist National Climatic Data Center in Ashville, North Carolina.

Although Dr. Cecil, who specializes in climatic data, acknowledges that the question whether humans are responsible for climate change has not been answered definitively, he expressed his concern that “Earth can only sustain a half-billion people in a “Western” consumption oriented lifestyle”.

As I related in a recent article the number of 500 million has been fixed by both demographers and ecologists as “optimum population size” over the last century.

Cecil told radio host Sharon Kleyne:

“We can predict weather fairly accurately to about ten days in advance,” says Dr. Cecil, “but our ability predict weather over two to 20 years is less accurate. Predicting weather and climate, which tells us the availability and distribution of water, is essential to agricultural production, population growth and movement, health, and quality of life.”

Dr. Cecil also elaborated on signs of past climate change observed on other Mars. As dr. Cecil explained Mars explorer Curiosity has discovered a type of surface basalt “with a high water content indicative of a former oceanic floor. Mars also shows evidence of past water erosion and polar ice caps.”

The abovementioned signs of climate change are probably not due to human activity- alien activity perhaps, although as far as I know no great carbon dioxide-spilling factories have yet been observed on the red planet.


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