Is Sao Paulo Sustainable?

Why I think Malthus was right.

One cannot argue with physical measurements  or with the laws of physics and chemistry.

To say that Malthus was wrong, I believe, is to misunderstand the essence of his point, which is that humans, are not exempt from the laws of nature or natural and physical limits.

Therefore I personally hold the view, that the current global economic paradigm, based on exponential growth is profoundly flawed. Below are some excerpts from various works and links to the logic and scientific background that I believe supports my reasoning and thinking on this particular subject…


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