Ok Ok I re-did the math...
Hear me out…
We will use the "Las Vegas Metropolitan area" (*Not Las Vegas city limits*) as an example from the 2000 census as a comparison.
In 2000 the population of the Las Vegas Metropolitan area was (1,563,282) people. The Las Vegas Valley is roughly (25) miles long from North to
Now, we shall look at the distance in a straight line from (A) Las Vegas, NV to (B) Barstow, CA. At a distance of 130 mile's apart. (We all can agree
there is pretty much nothing there, as for google satellite confirming this.
25/130 = 5.2
(25) miles fits into (130) miles just over (5) times. so we will round down to 5.
So this data provides the common sense fact that from point (A) to Point (B)
That accommodates space for (7,816,410) more people to live a modern day Las Vegas Metropolitan style life style. (7,816,410) is just above 3/4th of
(10) million. The world population is around (7) billion people. I just made room for 0.1% of the worlds population between Las Vegas, NV and Barstow,
CA… This is not counting East and West of this 130 mile distance that we limited to a straight line.
Are you starting to see my point? These things are explained within a lot of the UN (Agenda 21) documents about Population control. The sad truth is
the people and organizations are on record with plans of misinforming the public. This goals of funneling people in general into Subcompact cities. As
in like, "modern day" ghettos with lots of pretty distractions, drugs and entertainment to keep the people blind, deaf and dumb to anything outside
the carefully constructed box around them.
eg., The "light rail" system is part and parcel of Agenda 21 planning for subcompact cities. ... There has been repeated calls for
de-industrialization of the developed world by the global elite. (Always follow the money. Be it funding or profit.)
***Agenda 21 Sustainable Development has already barreled, like a locomotive, into your“city, county and state. “For example, many cities have
“light rail” systems, designed to get individuals out of their cars. “This is achieved by city and urban planners encouraging growth in some
areas, and stifling it in other areas, thus directing where humans live. “The common methods used are limiting road expansion, limiting parking,
subsidizing public transportation, etc. - Here is an excellent example of an independent article covering this subject -
So what is the point I am trying to make? It is not a problem with overpopulation and or Overconsumption… It is a problem with unitizing innovation
and technology in a balance with nature or common sense human stability. Let us focus on overpopulation for a moment… Overpopulation is a
perception. as in the math we did above, lets take it a step further, shall we?
Lets expand it to a distance of 130 miles squared from North to South and East and West. So (130) mile's height and (130) mile's width… 16,900
square miles of space. So considering Las Vegas holds a population of (1,563,282) people. Considering Las Vegas metro is roughly 25 miles by 25 miles.
You should be able to fit 25 size Las Vegas size metropolitan cities between Las Vegas, NV and Barstow, CA covering enough land to house and
accommodate for 39 Million more people (@ 0.5% of the world population with in an area 130x130 mile's large.
Further Example just based on the land mass of the United States alone. (United States total land area: 3,536,290 square miles). That would be enough
space to accommodate (8,845,149,606) people with a Las Vegas metropolitan spaced lifestyle. The United States total land mass is only 6.14% of the
total planets land mass coming in at (57,510,000 square miles).
To get back to the main point, Next is Overconsumption:
The problem with Overconsumption is mostly due to products we do not need on a fundamental way, And/or for our survival. Modern day "consumerism" is
not a natural thing. It is a programing thing. There is a great movie I would like you to watch if you have not seen it. "THX 1138" (1971) -
# This was George Lucas's directorial debut. There was another movie much like this That was called "The
Island" (2005). This gives depth to the in the box mentality I am speaking of.
The earth can hold "space wise" (143,846,956,512) People living under modern means of living.
The real point is not "Overconsumption and Overpopulation" "We’ve got a problem" It is more of a problem with utilizing innovation's and modern
technologies. Is the real problem, what they say it is with their BS statistics? Take for example the use of "Aquaponics"
Here is an independent article that speaks of the possibilities of Aquaponics for survival -
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