Will the familiar skyline which has signaled the excitement of New York City, change as the lights go out, one by one?
Indications are if NY doesn't stop aborting many times more unborn babies than carrying to term, it might indeed change things and not in necessarily a way people will like.
In the past decade, according to statistics, NY has only increased a modest 2.1 percent since over 1 million potential citizens were aborted.
The following were listed in a Molecular Biologist's blog as the repercussion of virtually no population growth:
- NY has lost 2 representatives for the House in Congress so the state has less voting power
- Like Japan which is suffering a similar program, NY is beginning to experience a labor shortage
Scientifically speaking, a society which is not reproducing itself, is a society which will not survive. Of interest to Hispanics and African Americans, statistically, 79 percent of babies aborted are either Hispanic or African American. (And that was actually founder of Planned Parenthood, Margaret Sanger's original plan - she wanted to eliminate those populations she thought "inferior").
Dr Nadal the blogger concludes by writing "we are dying out".
To read Dr Nadal's blog which is well cited, please click here.