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7 Billion People and Rising, Same Amount of Oil and Land

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  1. BarnacleBob

    BarnacleBob GIM Founding Member & Mod. Founding Member Site Mgr Site Supporter

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    FunnyMoney Silver Member Silver Miner

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    The overpopulation myth again, we've heard it before.

    Isn't there a NWO goal on those Georgia stones which should handily take care of this?
     
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    Oldmansmith Midas Member Midas Member

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    I have a hard time believing that overpopulation is a myth. Ever been to LA? One big CME from our sun and when the power goes out, we'll see what our real carrying capacity is.
     
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    brosil Gold Member Gold Chaser Site Supporter

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    First, even the UN says population will peak around 2020 and start dropping. Second, cities are an anomaly. Cities are just places we country folks put people who annoy us.
     
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    the_shootist I self identify as a black '69 Camaro Midas Member Site Supporter ++

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    Gays, lesbians and transvestites tend not to reproduce. That's a good thing and helps us with this phony over-population myth
     
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    southfork Mother Lode Found Mother Lode

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    .gov is ready to release a new virus that will kill hundreds of millions, got a feeling, thought I read somewhere population has been flat and starting to decrease
     
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    the_shootist I self identify as a black '69 Camaro Midas Member Site Supporter ++

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    Dude, you really need to stop watching them zombie movies
     
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    Ever been to Nebraska? You can drive for hours at interstate speeds and never see a building, just open spaces. Kansas, Oklahoma, Iowa, North and South Dakota all the same, miles and miles of empty.
     
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    mtnman is correct. Overpopulation is a myth. It is a distraction/deception tactic to take the focus off the owners of the central banks as they continue their thefts and ownership of the world goals.
     
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    Don't forget Texas!

    Drove through there and it took me 3 whole days west to east to get through.

    Miles and miles of Texas...


    I saw a graphic once that said you could put the whole world's population into Alaska and still have room to move....
     
  11. Malus

    Malus Gold Chaser Platinum Bling

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    Overpopulation? Reminds me of the "peak oil" crisis. Hows that working out.....
     
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    Hmmm,

    I can imagine a sanitation issue though.Not good.

    Middle of Canada is wide open!
     
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    Might as well add Montana to the list as well as most of Nevada outside of Vegas and Reno and very large swaths of Arizona.



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    I remember reading that the world's population could fit in Jacksonville Florida and that there is enough room in Texas that everyone could actually live there.
     
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    Yep they all fit in Texas.

    https://overpopulationisamyth.com/overpopulation-the-making-of-a-myth
     
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    "Fit" and "Live" are two different things. The reason Texas doesn't have huge agricultural areas is a lack of water in most of the state, just enough grass to sparsely feed some cattle.
     
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    Lack of water in Texas is not a problem. Water diversion projects would be needed for the western half, but in the north, east and south of Texas there's often too much water. Houston is considered to be one of the worst flood prone cities in the world.

    But you might want to ask Texans first before sending the world's population to live there. Texans are a pretty independent bunch.
     
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    Cure for world hunger!

     
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    Ishkabibble Gold Member Gold Chaser

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    The problem with sustaining 7+ billion isn't resources, it's greed. We're doing it now and what was that figure of wealth held by the top .1%? If people loved their neighbors as themselves, the beings of this world would live in abundance.
     
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    Po'boy Midas Member Midas Member Site Supporter

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    I think most would however they were trained in communism by state schools and really don't see a way out.

    Money and law was the education of foremost importance followed up by production of clean food leading to healthy individuals building strong families.

    Then leading others with wise governance.

    Not hard to see where we went off the rails.
     

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