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If the world is overpopulated..
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 23660254:MV8yMDY2MTcyXzM0NzYzOTU0XzVDNEY0Njkw] [quote:Anonymous Coward 23409930:MV8yMDY2MTcyXzM0NzYzODUxXzJERTdEODI4] It is not. All 7billion of us could fit in australia with an acre of land each and we would still have the entire rest of the world to spare! Do the math [/quote] yeah that was already posted...op wasn't referring to physical space... any way, one thing is certain, we as humans, need to change the way we live and treat this planet. -as well as the rest of its inhabitants..we have caused much damage, to say the least. [/quote]
Then in theory all that needs to be done is to quarantine all third world countries and prevent anyone from leaving them. Implement measures to ensure that they all die from disease and then the global population will be greatly reduced. I read that the planet cannot sustain 6.7 billion people living in western luxury. Solution: Rid ourselves of third world nations and we will not have to worry about it. Theoretically of course. I am not going to openly support such a measure but neither will I deny that it would work because it would. The question is: Why is that not a better solution than killing off people in first world nations?
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