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Some statistical notes

However, The Atlantic article notes that, “the significance of these figures may be hugely overblown. “Everybody who’s remotely professionally involved in this kind of stuff knows that beyond about 10, 15, 20 years, are basically useless,” says Dr. 578 more words


Symbol for Change

Over the past couple of months, I have written extensively about the problems of our society, where only one system exists. The reason that I have spent most of my time writing about the horrors of society, because most people need to understand the problem, if they don’t know what the problem is then they don’t react. 1,058 more words


Third of global population malnourished.

One in three members of the global population is malnourished, and the problem exists in every country of the world.

Childhood stunting and wasting remain serious problems: More than 160 million children worldwide under five years old are too short for their age (stunted), while more than 50 million don’t weigh enough for their height (wasted), researchers said.One in three members of the global population is malnourished, and the problem exists in every country of the world, according to a new report. 368 more words


Chasing IQ and how to keep the global processing power rising even after population starts to decline

At some point in the coming hundred years the global population will start to decline. The birth rate is already falling, now we are just waiting for life span and death rate to catch up. 114 more words


Dead Refugees: The New Normal

Globally, one in every 122 humans is now either a refugee, internally displaced, or seeking asylum.~ UNHCR ~

You know those photos appearing everywhere … the ones of dead kids washing up on shores after desperate attempts get a new life?

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UN Report: Global Population Could Top 13 Billion By 2100

SEATTLE (CBS Seattle) — New research from the United Nations finds that the global population could top 13 billion by 2100.

CBS News reports that research from the United Nations Population Division believes the population worldwide by the end of the century will be 11.2 billion, with totals reaching between 9.5 and 13.3 billion. 125 more words