What do you think is our maximum population limit on our planet?
Just wondering the earth would be like in 2050 and beyond.
Hard to say, as technology can change the equation. The so-called 'green revolution' saw worldwide food production grow considerably thanks to modern irrigation techniques. Future improvements in agriculture, transportation methods, and energy production could dramatically increase the number of us we can squeeze onto this rock.
Also, as the recent stories of asteroid mining indicate, if we can start bringing raw materials in from off-planet, well then our carrying capacity could also be increased.
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