Definitions

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  • abbr. The Voluntary Human Extinction Movement.

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Examples

  • Researching for this section, I came upon a "belief" that is the basis for a movement called the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement, or VHEMT.

    Dina McQueen: Overpopulation, The Environment and Adoption: An Urgent Call to Action

  • In an article published in the San Francisco Chronicle, Les Knight, the spokesperson for VHEMT, discusses his passion for Planet Earth.

    Dina McQueen: Overpopulation, The Environment and Adoption: An Urgent Call to Action

  • As VHEMT Volunteers know, the hopeful alternative to the extinction of millions of species of plants and animals is the voluntary extinction of one species: Homo sapiens … us.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • VHEMT (pronounced vehement) is a movement not an organization.

    About: Blinded by Science

  • Meanwhile, I keep thinking that VHEMT needs to redo its own nomenclature, to something less shockng and more appealing to the average person.

    What's Good for GM is Gonna Kill Us All

  • The Voluntary Movement for the Extinction of Humans, spelled VHEMT but pronounced "Vehement" - as I'll spell it henceforth, for phonetic harmony-lists many reasons why humans ought to not have children and, sooner rather than later, go extinct:

    Why have kids?

  • Researching for this section, I came upon a "belief" that is the basis for a movement called the Voluntary Human Extinction Movement , or VHEMT.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Rather than viewing human life as something to be destroyed, they actually consider their movement as an article published in the San Francisco Chronicle, Les Knight, the spokesperson for VHEMT, discusses his passion for Planet Earth.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • They're both out at the furthest end of the environmentalist spectrum; but the VHEMT people are sane … or at least, sane - ish, while Lee was plainly as crazy as a coot … though why

    National Review Online

  • Now please don't think I am slandering the good folk at VHEMT by association with James Lee.

    National Review Online

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