Stress R Us: Population Density Stress and the "Kill-switch"

Coordinator

Name Email Phone
Greeley G. ("Gregg") Miklashek gmiklashek950@gmail.com 608-459-5082

“Stress” is a universal experience though rarely well defined in plain language, and, if over-active, responsible for all human illness and death. Traditional hunter-gatherer clans have NONE of our diseases. Stress may, also, be thought of as a biological human population regulation mechanism, and its prevalence in our daily lives may be a hallmark of our nearly invisible overpopulation problem. All environmental decline may be seen as the result of human activity, and too many humans can cause environmental harm, such as the earth is now experiencing. This course is intended to begin a discussion of these and other related topics. The objective is simple: the individual knowledge and action necessary for the salvation of humanity and the biosphere.

Location

 Madison Senior Center 

Meeting Day

 Tuesday

Meeting Time

 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Start Date

 June 6, 2017

End Date

 July 25, 2017

Participation

 Regular reading/discussion

Class Size

 25
Class Notes

To enroll, contact Coordinator before the first class session.

No class June 13 and July 4.

 

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