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That sort of policy sounds like it could be implemented by a New World Order. So that being the case, would you suggest that unplanned pregnancies would constitute being a crime if the soon-to-be-mother should have the baby birth?
Why does it have to be new world order? No but I would say after she is born to sterilize the mother
Originally posted by beezzer
Wen I see these threads, I have yet to find one that stated, "I (the OP) have gotten sterilized to support my belief that we have an overpopulation problem."
Originally posted by Gorman91
reply to post by aorAki
You do realize that life is suffering?
Also, suicide in the cases not involving someone about to die gruesomely and suddenly, is usually a sure sign of mental instability.edit on 26-7-2011 by Gorman91 because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by Reaper2137
reply to post by kro32
I have done extensive research on [population control] and yes it is a problem. Its Part of one of my majors in college.
To add to that its about 3 billion people could just live in the mojave desert alone. What about water? Dig you will find it!
Originally posted by NeillieN
reply to post by Reaper2137
Your quote - "I have done extensive research on this subject and yes it is a problem. Its Part of one of my majors in college."
You need to think a little less bro, or more... something... Heres some non-college commonsense for ya, I mean "you"...
If you draw a strait line from Barstow, CA to Las Vegas, NV you would realize its about 150 miles.. With that in mind Las Vegas measures 15 miles wide by 15 miles long. So just in that strait line you could fit 10 Las Vegas size city's in a row.
Thats enough room for 19,512,690 more people right there alone.
Now think about that strait line going out in every direction... Last time I looked at a map there was a lot of open land just about everywhere. Then you must calculate that we dont all just live on the ground, we live in layers. In a time of skyscrapers our building advancements I think were safe to go a long long long time. The Mojave Desert is 25,000 sq miles do the math, Im sure they have that class in college.edit on 26-7-2011 by NeillieN because: (no reason given)