I was talking about this with my wife the other day and was hoping that someone on this board could enlighten me. Based on this graph.
Up to this date approximately 100 billion people have been born and died. There are 15 dead people for each one currently living. If this is the
case...where are all the dead bodies?
Let's throw out everything before 1650 just to be conservative, since there was a lack of accurate recording and burial and such. That's 85 Billion
gone right there. Where in the world have 15 Billion people gone? the number of cemetery facilities I see are sparse, they are definitely
outnumbered by people in terms of capacity. No way there are even 1 billion people properly buried around the world. The rest, especially pre 1800
were just thrown in a ditch? most current bodies just cremated?
where are all the dead people?!??!
I put this in conspiracies because the conversation my wife and I had started to go into the number of cows and steers that would be needed to provide
all of the meat that is eaten.
Average American eats 60 lbs of meat a year
Average Cow yields 600 Lbs of sellable meat
That's 30,000,000 cows a year in the US that have to be slaughtered to keep up with this demand (300,000,000 people, 1 cow for every 10 people) .
Where are these 30,000,000 cows at? actually they don't slaughter all of the cows...some give milk...some aren't ready for slaughter, Maybe every
year 1 in 10 cows die for meat...so there must be 300,000,000 cows in the US, right? I've driven through the Midwest, I've been in 40 states..there
aren't 300,000,000 cows around...no way.
See what I'm hinting at, we are being Soilent Greened, right?
edit on 8-11-2013 by Nowyouseeme because: (no reason given)