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World population to reach 10.1 billion by 2100


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World population to reach 10.1 billion by 2100

(AP) – 4 days ago

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The number of the world's people is expected to grow from nearly 6.9 billion currently to 9.3 billion by 2050 and 10.1 billion by 2100, U.N. population experts said Tuesday.

The projections are used by the United Nations and its many agencies to devise and fund programs for problems ranging from climate change to maternal mortality.

The U.N. said in a report on world trends released Tuesday that global population is expected to officially hit 6.9 billion on July 1 and 7 billion on Oct. 31. Most of the increase is expected from the world's "high-fertility countries," especially in sub-Saharan Africa.

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It is predicted to plateu? .8 billion in 50 years when it went 3 billion the 50 years befor that.

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There's going to be an immense global shift and who knows how it will play out, with population exploding in what are currently 'third world' countries and the like while it's likely to go into decline in many Western nations...
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Maybe that's why the U.S government created HAARP. To bring down the population with man made mother nature. The High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program. There are currently 5 facilites that I know of all controlling the weather. There is a lot of information about this too.

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Dosn't seem to be working

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Ain't gonna happen. There are going to be food, water, energy and climate problems long before then. Our nitwit economists can't even talk about the TRILLIONS lost on the depreciation of durable consumer goods every year. Buy a $2000 laptop to increase GDP and lose $1500 in depreciation in 3 years. OOPS! The economists forgot about that. So how much energy, resources was used up and pollution created manufacturing that laptop? psik
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ExplorerAtHeart .... Yeah, well how many people died in Japan... thousands, how many people died from the record tornado outrbreak last month...300. Its got to be gradual and go un-noticed so it doesn't raise red flags to important people. Haiti alone had 230,000 deaths. Oh it's working on a small scale.

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Haiti's buildings were already falling apart. That country has been in ruins for decades. Had that same earthquake hit San Francisco or LA that number would probably cut down to 2300. ExplorerAtHeart was talking about the whole global scale... 230,000 is miniscule to 6,500,000,000.




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