I Believe Global Population Is Reaching An Unsustainable Level

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    Significantly Reduce Or Eliminate Meat As a Food Source

    Much research has been done on the benefits of eliminating or greatly reducing the consumption of meat. Please read the following information coming from reputable sources:   The Meat & Dairy industry is huge contributor to many of...
    jacob625 jacob625
    56-60, F
    4 Responses Jul 31, 2008

    The Duggars Aren't Helping

    I hate that family with a burning passion, but the kind that burns in places that are too gross to talk about! In a world where just existing is getting to be hard enough, we have to have idiots like these people roaming the earth and dropping babies out at the rate of one per...
    deleted deleted
    Nov 19, 2010

    Yes it is. Why can't anyone see that?

    Decide to turn a blind eye on it? Seems like it. Or cuz you just wanna make the excuse to keep breeding? Because you love the pleasures that come with it? That is being careless and beyond stupid. Do not complain for lands in the future re-t-ards...
    XXLovelyPoisonXX XXLovelyPoisonXX
    22-25, F
    Dec 4, 2015


    I think we are probably hitting a maximum level (at least in terms of still being able to maintain certain standards we've grown accustomed to). The problem is a mixture of technology and population. Is it possible for 10,000 people to live in the rain forest of Africa or the...
    niceguyinhell niceguyinhell
    31-35, M
    3 Responses Jul 2, 2009

    We Are On Our Way Down

    After thinking about all the reasons why our population has exploded over the last 200 years, I thought about rabbits, and thier populations.  Rabbits breed super fast and over a short span of time thier population can increase dramaticly, but as they are not ontop of the...
    coliom coliom
    26-30, M
    1 Response Jul 1, 2009

    It really is! All the breeders think this world

    is only for their careless selfish ignorant selves! Stupid. What about people that have social anxiety? We are anxious with people but just cuz majority of breeders dont have SA doesnt mean this is your damn world! Now thanks to smelly breeders, theres people everywhere! What...
    XXLovelyPoisonXX XXLovelyPoisonXX
    22-25, F
    2 Responses Feb 27

    How Much More Can the World Take?

    As I was going through the paper this morning I came across an article about the rising cost of rice. Apparently there is a shortage, and as such the price of rice will rise quite significantly. The article then highlights a growing concern about world food security in general...
    wombatism wombatism
    26-30, M
    1 Response Apr 25, 2008

    Birth Control Or Bird Flu.?

    It is estimated that the population of the world reached one billion for the first time in 1804. It would be another 123 years before it reached two billion in 1927, but it took only 33 years to rise by another billion people, reaching three billion in 1960. There after, the...
    deleted deleted
    2 Responses Mar 21, 2012

    Is it possible to elevate the act of suicide to

    be an act of giving? An act to save our species? There are many ppl who want to die, just look on any suicide thread (but ignore the teenagers). Every single problem our planet faces can be linked to over-population. Im not talking about eugenics, Im not saying anyone else...
    DeanGullbury DeanGullbury
    46-50, M
    2 Responses Apr 22, 2015

    7 Billion In 2011

    I’m a little bit of a National Geographic nerd....ok, I’m a whole lot of a NG nerd! Lol  As part of my human geography degree, I studied  a lot about population demographics and trends specific to various countries and regions around the world.  I was often fascinated by...
    Lucidblue Lucidblue
    36-40, F
    1 Response Mar 30, 2011

    look up the word ANTHROPOCENE.

    We are impacting our environment just as an asteroid would, only a bit slower. I want to cry. Since I was a child I have felt physical pain when made aware of what humans have done to their natural habitat.
    DeanGullbury DeanGullbury
    46-50, M
    1 Response Apr 22, 2015
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