For Your Earth Day Edification . . .

I give you: The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement. Enjoy

Here you have the suppositions and values of environmental activitsts taken to their logical endpoint. Their assumption: We humans don’t belong here and the sooner we disappear the better.

Not coincidentally, the History Channel has been re-running its “Life After People” specials the last few days. In it you see CGI depictions of what the earth would be like 10, 100, 1,000, and 10,000 years after a day in which all humans disappeared.

It’s basically p0rn0graphy for Greenpeace activists.

Of course, if humans did disappear tomorrow, the Earth’s well-established cycles of climate change would continue, invariably causes wide-spread habitat destruction and extinctions. As in the ancient past, natural disasters would continue to occur resulting in periodic massive-scale extinctions like the Late Devonian┬á extinction which wiped out 70% of all species on earth and the Permian-Triassic extinction which destroyed 96% of marine species.

Of course, in the environmentalist fantasy, none of that matters as long as no human would be around to feel guilty about existing.