Late-term Abortionist: Man is “Malignant Eco-Tumor”
Peter J. Smith - August 7, 2009
Dr. Warren Hern, one of the last abortionists willing to perform very late-term abortions in the United States, has written published works describing man as a “malignant eco-tumor” destroying the earth.
Esquire magazine reports in a story entitled “the Last Abortion Doctor,” that Hern, the director of the Boulder Abortion Clinic since 1975, argued in a work called Urban Malignancy: Similarity in the Fractal Dimensions of Urban Morphology and Malignant Neoplasms that growing human populations act like a “malignant ecotumor.”
LifeSiteNews.com found a 2008 edition of Hern’s article published in the International Journal of Anthropology . While the term “eco-tumor” does not appear in this version as quoted by Esquire, it may have come from an earlier version of Hern’s paper that was presented at the 16th International Seminar on Urban Form in Brazil on August, 29 2007.
“From the point of view of a physician, the expanding, invasive, colonizing urban form with highly irregular borders resembles a malignant lesion,” wrote Hern. “Malignant neoplasms have at least four major characteristics: rapid, uncontrolled growth; invasion and destruction of adjacent normal tissues (ecosystems); metastasis (distant colonization); and de-differentiation.”
Hern continued that “death of the host organism in a cancer occurs between the 37th and 40th doubling of the cell population” and then drew a comparison to the expansion of human populations (32.5 times by 1999) and energy consumption (36 times since 1999), adding that energy consumption is projected to increase 57 percent between 2004 to 2030.