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Over-population IS a myth.

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posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 12:55 AM
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Possible the greatest breakthrough in modern history - this changes everything -

www.ted.com...

One of the things which I see as beneficial is the reality that there will be massive population corrections - the earth needs it - and this will result in the survival of millions, upon millions of people who would normal add to the natural attrition rate.


Oh well - good for those who need it, but for the planet though.




posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 09:44 AM
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It's not a myth..... it all depends where you live in the world!!!



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 12:52 PM
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Redfaction, the cities are and have been moving outward creating the suburbs.
And covering acre upon acre of valuable, fertile ag land, which can never be restored.
Our remaining ag land is dying. It is depleted of minerals and much of it has eroded away.
Our people are getting sicker and dying from the many synthetic chemicals that are added to our food supply.
the hundred year lie

What exactly to you see wrong with controlling the numbers of people and having a strong healtlhy population?
Meaning that only the strong and healthy will be allowed to breed.



posted on Aug, 20 2009 @ 07:17 PM
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i realize this and i believe that to make the population in the cities go down even more would be to move past the suburbs. the only problem with this is that the cities are all there because of their location. whether that be rail yard shipping yards and so forth. if we were to convince industrial and commercial companys and our mass transit system to create new factories and means of transport to be able to move past the limits that have been set today. i my self am obviously no civil engineer nor do i have any experience in economics or business, so although this may be a utopian idea and sound good in this thread i doubt that this would eveer work. but then again...



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