- From: James Colvier <jamescolvier@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 30 Nov 2007 11:45:18 -0800 (PST)
On Nov 30, 9:16 am, "Stan Engel" <Stan_en...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"James Colvier" <jamescolv...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
The population growth of the world is getting out of hand.
About 47 people are born in one second, and 23 are dying. That leaves
us with a devastating "profit" of 24 births. Dare I even call it
profit? 24 births a second, gives us 144 births a minute, 8640 an
hour, and an overwhelming 207360 births a day. This
rising tide cannot be stopped, for we have only limited
resources to feed all these hungry new mouths.
The rising tide can be stopped and it will be stopped. The sensible way to
do this is to encourage birth control and/or abortion. Couple that with
government propaganda to keep the population down. It would have been
helpful if this had been done a half century ago and we'd have about 3
billion people in the world.
Encouraging birth control and abortion would help only very slightly.
This is all the way out of hand, and extreme measures need to be
taken. The only way that the flow could be stopped is if something
horrible like removing the sexual organs of infants at birth was done.
This would not be possible, given that it is so extremely inhumane,
nobody would do it or even consider it, and nations would rise up
against it. Government propaganda is being tried and is failing
dismally. Action must be taken, and must be taken soon.
The resources will run out and as they do the population will decrease.
There won't be enough oil to do things like run tractors, fishing boats and
trucks. Enough food can't be produced or transported. People will starve and
there will be plenty of crime and killing. That's how the population will
Sadly, this is the only way that seems possible. Although it is a
horrible thought, the utter extermination of the human race is
probably the only way that the rest of the world could be saved. There
have been countless serial killers with that exact reason for killing,
and although it is sick, it may also be karma. The way we have treated
the world that we evolved in may be the very way that we die. New York
empties its trash each day by taking it all out on a barge out into
the ocean and dumping it into the ocean far away from land. What do
you think this does to the entire ecosystem of the waters? Are we
going to take the seas to hell with us?
The poverty level grows with every child because a
poor family only gets poorer when it has another kid to support. To
counteract this, inhuman child labor incidents are skyrocketing with
more children and poverty, and more pollution blankets the earth as
more factories spring up, creating an even more horrible climate for
the people to live in. There is only so much land that is available,
and most of it is barren and desolate, nowhere near anything that
could help people survive.
The amount of land isn't that important. With enough
petroleum/coalderivatives you can do anything. However, the oil has peaked
and you can't get more. Nuclear energy is a partial substitute but I doubt
that it can replace coal and oil. The amount of uranium is not unlimited.
True, but as people get more desperate, even those substitutes will
deplete, and there really isn't very many of them. The human race
faces extinction that it itself set up.
Harsher climates, such as the desert and
arctic regions, are almost all but out of the question. Only with
extremely expensive state-of-the-art equipment and modern technology
can these climates be inhabited. Sub-aquatic dwellings have been
experimented with, because there is so much sea floor space that is
unused by humans. Also, there is a constant supply of fish and seaweed
to live off of to make trips to the surface less necessary. Although
it is rather expensive, water can easily be purified, and air can be
stored. Though this sounds a lot like paradise, the prices of it are
enormous and basically render it impossible. This is also a moral
issue; are we going to destroy the oceans with our litter and trash as
we have our land? Why not let our own actions bounce back upon us, for
the more humans that die because of rising seas and temperatures, the
less the Earth gets polluted. A solution must be found for this, or we
will have an uncontrollable population on our hands in the not so
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