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#51 Is the World Population Too High?

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  1. 1. Is the Current World Population Too High?

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Is the world population too high? 

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https://metinmediamath.wordpress.com/2013/11/08/world-population-is-mankinds-explosive-growth-ending/

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1 hour ago, Natsu said:

No it’s perfectly balanced as all things should be

Do you see that graph above? Doesn't look balanced at all. 

A rising human population with finite resources and a fragile environment is a dangerous combination. Likely, the population will eventually stabilize with equal birth and death rates, but compared to previous eras, the current population is definitely massive, and arguably unsustainable. 

I'm curious on how the people who voted "no" think we'll handle the coming global fuel and water shortage. Not to mention rising antibiotic resistance and effects of climate change. These are all effects of overconsumption (which is caused by overpopulation). Something will have to give. 

Just the rate of rise is insane. It's been less than 1 billion for most of human history, then the past 150 years (a tiny dot in human history), it's increased to 7 billion! 

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Theres a number to the souls god created. There’s not going to be an infinite amount to us lol 

so there will be a cap

the actual problem is not that the population is so high but there’s an disproportionate amount of resources required for life to propser

ie corruption runs high guys 

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In the 19th century it was felt that the UK was overpopulated, so they sent people off to Australia. UK population is considerably higher now and living standards are much better than in the 19th century. But inequality has fallen. That may give you some idea of the actual problem.

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7 hours ago, Reza said:

Do you see that graph above? Doesn't look balanced at all. 

A rising human population with finite resources and a fragile environment is a dangerous combination

Everything will be fine with the future technology,IMO our earth can handle up to even 10 billion people,Humans will do anything to survive

There were alot of predictions that overpopulation would bring destruction to our earth in the last century but all of them were wrong,our technology is getting better and better every day

Who knows?in a decade or so we might have found a way to use vehicles without fuel or a way to to duplicate our resources 

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9 hours ago, Reza said:

A rising human population with finite resources and a fragile environment is a dangerous combination.

The Earth is enough. We just need to use our resources in a more sustainable way. That's why I said the problem is not too much population, but too little wisdom. 

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1 hour ago, Natsu said:

,IMO our earth can handle up to even 10 billion people

If you consider the land mass that is built upon, for many countries the fraction is surprisingly small.

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U.S. Cities are Home to 62.7 Percent of the U.S. Population, but Comprise Just 3.5 Percent of Land Area. A majority of the U.S. population lives in incorporated places or cities, although these areas only make up a small fraction of the U.S. land area, according to a new report released today by the U.S. Census Bureau

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It absolutely is, even in developed first world nations there aren't enough jobs for the youth but many couple keep having more than 3 children. In less fortunate nations it's even worse as people are bent on survival for resources. 

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For those who said Yes:   
All people of the world together will fill the Grand Canyon only. 

The world population is certainly not too high. 

The same story with food. There is right now more than enough food (production) for all peoples of the Earth. Yet, how many people are poor and hungry?

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On 12/5/2018 at 7:01 PM, shadow_of_light said:

Yes, it is too high.

On 12/3/2018 at 2:02 AM, Sirius_Bright said:

Yes, so many hoomams. 

Nope.

The Zionist rulers or call them as you want are the cancer of the world. Compare them, with their evil agendas, having these resources and capabilities in hands
(0.6%  of humans got 48% of wealth, or worse) 
compared to good people. Let alone someone like Imam Al Mahdi (AJTF).

Since they are the number one cancer of the world, this international Satanic gang,  we can say (the) most (important) of the problems on the body (Earth and humanity) are because of this cancer.

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