Frosty Wooldridge


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Do you have five minutes to write a quick email?  You may use my template letter and add to it.  It’s important to inundate Time Magazine with letters to encourage them to address the core reason for mass extinction rates in the USA and around the world. 

This week, Time Magazine reported on the relentless extinction rates facing millions of fellow creatures around our planet. Scientifically, it’s called “The Sixth Extinction Session” and humans cause it.  Because of human expansion into every corner of the world as well as chemical, climate and habitat damage—scientists said that we could lose as much as half of all bio-diversity on this planet in 90 years. 

That’s insane and beyond crazy for one species to take so much life without responsibility.

In the April 13, 2009 issue of Time, “The New Age of Extinction”, by Bryan Walsh, Time Magazine reported on horrifying extinction rates caused by human beings.  They said, “We’re the cause—but we’re also the solution.”    That’s absurd because our numbers expect to add another three billion humans to the planet in 40 years which means the animals and plants don’t stand a chance at survival.

Time and Mr. Walsh refused to connect human hyper-population growth with the extinction rates. It’s a feel- good article with no chance for a positive outcome for other species.

I invite you to force Time to deal with the issue by your letters to the editors.  Send them 100,000 or 1 million letters to push them to addressing the overpopulation crisis.  It’s THE single greatest issue facing Americans and all humanity in the 21st century.  You may use my template letter and add some of your own or write your own.

Additionally, invite Time Magazine to interview the following people listed below and add them to your letter as an addendum.  Thanks, Frosty

Dear Time editors:

Re: “Vanishing act: how climate change is causing a new age of extinction” Bryan Walsh

While you report on the severe ramifications of extinctions to thousands of animals around the world and especially Madagascar, you never once-- connect human overpopulation that drives those extinctions.  Yes, we cause extinction rates at over 100 per day worldwide, but we will not, if we fail to stabilize human population, become the ‘solution’.   I urge Time Magazine to present an entire issue to the need for humanity to address an “International Sustainable Population Policy” as well as one for the USA.  If we fail in that single endeavor, the human race expects to grow from 6.7 billion to 9.8 billion in 40 years.  With a species like humans, even the stars aren’t safe.

Frosty Wooldridge

Lakewood, CO

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Please interview these top experts:

1.       Dr. Diana Hull at

2.       Governor Richard D. Lamm  Denver University, Denver, CO

3.       Dr. Albert Bartlett

4.       William Ryerson

5.       David Paxson

6.       Frosty Wooldridge author, “America on the Brink: Next Added 100

Million Americans”

7.       Kathleene Parker

8.       Roy Beck director

9.       Don Collins at

International Family Planning

10.   William Dickinson author of “Bio-Centric  Imperative” at

11.   Richard Heinberg

 “Peak Everything”

12.   James Howard Kunstler

“The Long Emergency”

13. Edward C. Hartman “The Population Fix”

Frosty Wooldridge has bicycled across six continents – from the Arctic to the South Pole – as well as six times across the USA, coast to coast and border to border.  In 2005, he bicycled from the Arctic Circle, Norway to Athens, Greece.  He presents “The Coming Population Crisis in America: and what you can do about it” to civic clubs, church groups, high schools and colleges.  He works to bring about sensible world population balance at








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