I know a man who calculated how much people can the earth physically sustain with current level of industry, and agriculture with a current living standards of developed countries. The answer was a very big range depending on preferred agriculture methods, but it was in between 700 billions, and 1.4 trillions.What is "overpopulation"???
What do you define it as?? 1B people? 5B? 10B?? 50B?
When Earth reached 1B some time ago.....many harped about the end of the world....limiting children being produced, killing the old, the infirm, criminals and et all.
Well, I don't know if any of you looked outside the window but we're currently at ~7.6B and it's been predicted that at our current production of food, we can sustain 11B.
And if we have more efficient methods in place all around the world, we can increase the above number by regulating food waste, production & distribution.
People are also not taking into account the birth rate in developed countries, most of whom have negligible birthrates while consuming as much as 10 people in Africa, the ones producing 3-5 babies currently. And Africans seem to be doing fine minus the wars going on in Africa...
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Also no ones taking into account rapid change in tech that'll revolutionize food production through which we can sustain more people......or the future wars which can decrease the pop. real fast...
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So yea...it's 2020 and ya all better educate yourself before spewing bs like "overpopulation".