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James Lovelock, the father of the Gaia hypothesis, said that the earth has a fever, and predicted that a warmer planet would be unlikely to support more than 500 million humans. He praised efforts to halt global warming but said they wouldn’t do much good. “It is a bit like if your kidneys fail you can go on dialysis—and who would refuse dialysis if death is the alternative. We should think of it in that context.”

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James Lovelock, the father of the Gaia hypothesis, said that the earth has a fever, and predicted that a warmer planet would be unlikely to support more than 500 million humans. He praised efforts to halt global warming but said they wouldn’t do much good. “It is a bit like if your kidneys fail you can go on dialysis—and who would refuse dialysis if death is the alternative. We should think of it in that context.”

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