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Originally posted by soleprobe
Originally posted by zerotime
How about more science, technology and space travel. There are probably billions of worlds just like Earth out there waiting for a colony.
There are quadrillions of relationships that must all occur at precisely the same time not wavering the smallest fraction of a nanosecond in order for one world "just like earth" to exist let alone billions.
Originally posted by ghaleon12
Yeah because looking ahead 220 years is always very predictable. We'll probably have no technology that will make growing food easier.
Originally posted by Illusionsaregrander
reply to post by soleprobe
So is it your belief that there could not be a population problem ever? (We can continue to grow our population infinitely)
Or are you just saying that because we arent living on every single square foot of habitable land yet it isnt a problem now?
Originally posted by Chadwickus
$1m for person who reduces population
(visit the link for the full news article)
The Wilberforce Award, and the $1 million prize, will go to a young Australian under 30 who can impress Mr Smith by coming up with alternatives to "our population and consumption growth-obsessed economy".
Originally posted by Unity_99
with all bloodline dictatorships gone and get of rid of banker, realtors and introduce the Venus Project, run by citiznes,
Originally posted by deltaalphanovember
Reducing the population on Earth is not a bad thing, and should not be made out to be ... we have been spreading like a virus. It's time to add some penicillin.