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posted on May, 15 2013 @ 12:28 AM
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Originally posted by woogleuk
It would be great to have even just another 100 years to learn what it is to be alive.

People who are going on about over-population, I disagree. I would reckon the UK is probably has one of the largest populations to size of land in the world (maybe?), yet only something like 3% of the land has been populated/urbanised.

That leaves 97% to grow food and raise cattle.

The population would have to grow significantly to even make a small dent.
edit on 14/5/13 by woogleuk because: (no reason given)


Yea i love numbers to...IF they are valid...
What % of the world is INHABITABLE.
Like Sahara Desert, Gobi Desert, Northpole, Southpole.
And i mean today, not in 200 years. In 200 years IF
we manage to roote out money, then yes...We could
turn the Sahara into a florishing forest...




posted on May, 15 2013 @ 06:55 AM
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There is so much of the world uninhabited that isn't in them areas though, I used the UK as a good example, think how small it is, and yet 60 million people only take up only 3% of that land. With the exception of mountains, most of that 97% is habitable. Ok, you would have to take into consideration wildlife and forests etc etc..but still, plenty of space.





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