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Best Answer Wesman Todd Shaw says
I think that's right about nature intervening; and I also have no children, so it's all a bit foreign to me as well..
There is always that elephant in the room we try to ignore. Catholic dogma. Fornication that is not calculated to produce children is a sin. You can phrase it differently but that is the gist.
I published a hub that sort of refers to this situation. I have always said that even eons ago, if there hadn't been wars, plagues and deaths in such large numbers, can you imagine what this world would be like today?
It might be a decade before we know for sure how badly messed up the Pacific ocean is, and how what has gone on in Japan affects us all. I'm not saying 'yay radiation!' or anything; but just that it could be a bigger deal than we know. That's a thing
And Japan's population is decreasing overall, because its women beginning in the late 1980s began to put off marriage until after their 30s, if at all.
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Yoleen Lucas says
Thanks for your thoughts!