Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Re: Crazy world

I saw this already.   I saw the video with Bill Gates at the TED conference and realized he misspoke.  He was trying to say that better health services in general can prevent pregnancy.   Not a big deal.  

Best wishes,

John Coffey

On Oct 6, 2010, at 10:32 AM, 
 <larry wrote:

'Bill Gates says vaccines can help reduce world population

"In a recent TED conference presentation, Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, who has donated hundreds of millions of dollars to new vaccine efforts, speaks on the issue of CO2 emissions and its effects on climate change. He presents a formula for tracking CO2 emissions as follows: CO2 = P x S x E x C.

P = People
S = Services per person
E = Energy per service
C = CO2 per energy unit

Then he adds that in order to get CO2 to zero, "probably one of these numbers is going to have to get pretty close to zero."

Following that,
Bill Gates begins to describe how the first number -- P (for People) -- might be reduced. He says:

"The world today has 6.8 billion people... that's headed up to about 9 billion. Now if we do a really great job on new vaccines, health care, reproductive health services, we could lower that by perhaps 10 or 15 percent."…

So what does it mean when Bill Gates says "if we do a really great job on new vaccines... we could lower [world population] by 10 or 15 percent?"

Clearly, this statement implies that
vaccines are a method of population reduction. So is "health care," which all NaturalNews readers already know to be more of a "sick care" system that actually harms more people than it helps.'

The people who wrote this article are nuts.


Saturday, October 2, 2010

Aubrey de Grey: Why we age and how we can avoid it

The Origin of Life - Abiogenesis - Dr. Jack Szostak

Creation 'Science' Made Easy

Human Evolution Made Easy

The Theory of Evolution Made Easy

Natural Selection Made Easy

Amino acids from space?

Did life originate from Mars?

I am not sure this can be proven...

Carl Sagan on Origins of Life


An alternative but related hypothesis, proposed to explain the presence of life on Earth so soon after the planet had cooled down, with apparently very little time for prebiotic evolution, is that life formed first on early Mars. Due to its smaller size Mars cooled before Earth (a difference of hundreds of millions of years), allowing prebiotic processes there while Earth was still too hot. Life was then transported to the cooled Earth when crustal material was blasted off Mars by asteroid and comet impacts. Mars continued to cool faster and eventually became hostile to the continued evolution or even existence of life (it lost its atmosphere due to low volcanism); Earth is following the same fate as Mars, but at a slower rate.