Overpopulation – The Human Explosion Explained

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+2 1. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

Where has thefox been lately?? O:)
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+4 2. MrAlwaysRight commented 3 years ago

None of this honeybs cuteporn says anything about what will happen when Indians, SE Asians and Africans become consumers and start buying cars, hairspray and batteries.
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+2 3. manro commented 3 years ago

If all seven billion people on Earth stood shoulder-to-shoulder, we would fill Los Angeles. :O
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+3 4. cameramaster commented 3 years ago

#3. If all seven billion people on Earth stood shoulder-to-shoulder...there would be one hell of a queue for the loo's
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+1 5. Urmensch commented 3 years ago

#2 It sets out to explain population growth and demographics and does that well.

I assume you are implying that the populations developing will derail progress by consuming like North Americans. Americans often seek self-fulfillment and status through gaining material items. American culture has set the pace for consumer culture around the world, and it is a pattern we see being followed. Especially among the young of other nations.

The mass production of goods has allowed more people to live more comfortably. There is the downside to it given human nature. When well-being is associated more with the products and services consumed, and status is signalled to others by your ability to consume more, and better quality products than others it would be a disastrous model for developing countries.

While there are those who link economic progress with ever greater consumerism and insist that our success and happiness are predicated on continual economic growth, it is becoming obvious that it isn't sustainable. Not only that, the evidence is that accumulating ever more products and services fuels our fears and anxieties.
When America started out on its path none of us really grasped the consequences.
I don't think it's inevitable that we all will continue along without learning any lessons.
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0 6. thundersnow commented 3 years ago

#5 I wished I could upvote you several times...I can see what you are saying, and I know it is true.
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0 7. crazymo123 commented 3 years ago

#1 Hopefuly hunted, skinned an munched >:)