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World War III: Population and the Biosphere at the End of the Millennium

by Michael Tobias

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This pretty much pegged the human species and its relevancy is of greater urgency today than ever before. A prophetic work that is both terrifying and hopeful.
  jacobteller | Aug 13, 2009 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0826410855, Paperback)

WORLD WAR III is the first comprehensive look at the most pressing and least understood problems of our time. Many have brought up the population problem before, but few have traveled the world in search of answers. Tobias journey and questions resulted in this document in the quest for hope in the next millennium. There are approx 300,000 people added to the planet every day, approx 3 million every ten days. This is must read for every concerned citizen>

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