In 1968, Garret Hardin dared to challenge the morality of mankind’s freedom to breed. That was done in his tragedy of the commons essay. From his point of view, the only hope of our human society is to handle the population problem. Frankly speaking, that Hardin’s suggestion was just a sort of extension on the original topic firstly announced in 1833 by William Forster Llloyd. In his tragedy of the commons essay Hardin reaches his extraordinary conclusions built around the concept that a communal resource of the global ownership will come to its gloomy end some day. It’s because it’s so typical for every rational owner to maximize the utilization of available resources in order to derive the maximum benefit. As all of individuals are used to acting under this rationale, they’re bound to end up with finite resources.