This paper was written as a thesis submitted to the University of Queensland’s School of Social Sciences in partial fulfillment of the requirements of a Bachelor of Anthropology Honours Degree. It describes how a proper understanding of cultural evolution dispels…
The Tightening Conflict: Population, Energy Use, and the Ecology of Agriculture Mario Giampietro and David Pimentel Negative Population Growth, October 1993
Human Population Numbers as a Function of Food Supply Russell Hopfenberg & David Pimentel Environment, Development and Sustainability, 2001, Issue 1
Human Carrying Capacity is Determined by Food Availability Russell Hopfenberg Population and Environment, November 2003
This paper was written during Chris’ undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland. Read the Queen Control, Worker Policing, Anarchy and Law in Honeybee Society (Apis Mellifera) .pdf.
This paper was written during Chris’ undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland. Read the Why Are the Punan ‘Complex’? .pdf.
This paper was written during Chris’ undergraduate studies at the University of Queensland. Read the Eukaryogenesis: The Beginning of Life as We Know It .pdf.
This paper was written for the Deming Scholar / MBA in Management Systems program at Fordham University. Read the Cooperation: Embracing Our Heritage .pdf.
This paper was written as a masters thesis for the City University of New York Graduate Center’s Master of Arts in Liberal Studies program. It describes the unsustainable nature of our civilization and suggests ways to achieve sustainability. It won…
This paper was delivered as part of a panel discussion, “The World Bank Millennium Report: A Recipe for More Inequality,” organized by Michael L. Blim, chaired by Jarrett Zigon, and given during the 99th American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, San…