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+35 1. sux2bu commented 10 years ago

Hooray!!! That is good news for us all!
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+16 2. shayangx commented 10 years ago

I guess we should encourage gay people lol :p
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+16 3. Kendiana commented 10 years ago

That was a great graphic illustration to explain a very complex issue. The graphics made it easy for me to understand the point he was trying to get across. 9 billon people is a mind numbing number.WOW :O :O
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+5 4. iShine commented 10 years ago

good news for india and china!!!
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+3 5. Deceptio commented 10 years ago

pfff.. still too much increase over next decades imo... I mean... how will we sustain the energy and food needed to supply these 9 billion?!
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+2 6. kashinthebin commented 10 years ago

well now the people who are trying to live out in space, looks like they are going to be out of business.
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+2 7. Bream73 commented 10 years ago

A very scientific explanation to a very natural inclination to procreate
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-4 8. Limberg commented 10 years ago

A normal graph would have been much better than that rounded-pie-chart they used...
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-1 9. CoYoT commented 10 years ago

So in 2050 we all be fuckup O:) :D
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+7 10. moskwiz commented 10 years ago

.. Here's hoping.. I myself am skeptic as to whether we'll make it to 2050 with a world similar to today in any way at all
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+1 11. Eddie87 commented 10 years ago

sorry for asking,, if there is more people wouldn't it be more babies then?

or what?
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+2 12. Fapkins commented 10 years ago

Glad I'll be dead in 2050.
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+5 13. wilkinsun commented 10 years ago

9 billions is too much ... World must stable on 3,4 billions , or less...
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+1 14. Maffis commented 10 years ago

Our world can take twice as many as we are now, after that it will become a problem for our kind to survive on this planet. But if the growth will stop then there're no problems. We just need to get better at not wasting stuff, like throwing food in vain and start recycling.
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+2 15. Iamweasel commented 10 years ago

hmm i go along with the predictions made by hans rosling ... the arguments in this vid are simply not true ...
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0 16. Noobeater commented 10 years ago

This is bad news fot the New World Order. As it means they can't go on killing people and saying its for the benefit of mankind.
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+2 17. cretia commented 10 years ago

more crowded and stable yeh right!!!
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+1 18. tiggfigg commented 9 years ago

The only reason we have this kind of pollution is because of fossil energy, once it runs out, we are fucked.
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-1 19. fulmar commented 9 years ago

this guy can see into the future.. keep eatin flouride yo, keep shoving MSG down your retarded sprouts throats... keep doing as the TV tells you... believe this guy and think it's cool, after all, they know more than you... I know this because it said somewhere this guy is beyond my knowledge
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+1 20. cyberdevil commented 9 years ago

Things never go according to plan.
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-4 21. binarybill commented 9 years ago

He is naive at best, and a complete idiot at worst, because in his predictions he fails to take into account global nuclear war or widespread disease, either of which could kill off billions. My own prediction is that by 2020, a nuclear war will have taken place, wiping out half the planet's population. The remaining people will be too sick to do much. Happy days. :D

Give me thumbs up if you want to see all nuclear weapons destroyed.
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+1 22. ughlah commented 6 years ago

as long as 99% of the space are unused (as in less than 10 inhabitants per square km) how can we call the planet overcrowded?
as long as we produce trice the amount of food and more than 1000 times the amount of calories (and feed it to the animals we consume) needed to feed all people it's a problem of distribution and price.

There is dense population in 2% of australia, in 4% of canada, in a few percent of russia. And people tend to move to cities. Even in germany the rural areas become more and more scarcely settled.

A main problem from my point of view nowadays is Transport. If I could live 500 km away, but get to work, friends, family and recreation within minutes, there would be no need to live close to the city. There is no way to predict the next big change in human lifestyle (after internet and mobile phones), so it might be time we tackled this problem next and have no problem with overcrowded areas even with 50 billion people. Maybe the fusion reactor by lockheed will work and supply us with safe and super cheap energy, maybe we will build new ways of super fast mass transport.