How many people can the Earth support ?
The Earth has over 7 billion people and will double in number soon. How much can the environment support with food, air, water, transportation, fish, animals, vegetation and growth? Do you believe that the Earth is "God made", being an organism, being able to protect itself from being destroyed or destroyed?
Only those who refuse to get out and see the real world believe this nonsense.
It is not for us humans to answer this question. It is the mother nature or the higher powers who have made and are managing unique phenomenon such as gravity, rotation of earth which decides.
As and when there is need ( which nature understands the best) the correction takes place. But that does not absolve of our duties towards the Earth, Humanity and Society. So let us do our best and leave the governance to mother nature.
If everyone on earth lived compactly we could all fit in Texas, or New Zealand.
If every person on earth stood side by side we would all fit in LA.
If you were to smash all humans and roll them into a giant meatball, it would fit inside the grand canyon or inside washington DC.
The size of the people on earth is very small compared to the size of the people on earth.
What about resources? We need to stop using fossil fuels. They eventually will run out. If its in 2 years 200 years or 3459234625469205434523 years, it's still a limit. There are other resources that we need to stop using, or just cut down on.
If we are wise with our resources, we can fit lots more people on earth.
Earth is God made, but it's been destroyed before, by meteors and super volcanoes. That's what happened to the dinosaurs.
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