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Thursday, October 30, 2008

Paul Ehrlich Says Saving Creation Is Priority

"I don't like the idea of teaching religion in schools, and creation is not my thing, but that's a trivial point compared to saving the creation. I'd much rather have half of the people in the country be creationists and work really hard to save the creation than have everybody be evolutionists and be destroying the planet," Stanford University biologist Paul Ehrlich said in a Q&A in Mother Jones magazine. Ehrlich, the head of Stanford's Center for Conservation Biology, is the author of the best-selling 1968 book The Population Bomb and the co-author of a new book on human evolution and the environment called The Dominant Animal.