what are the consequences which follow the problem of overpopulation?
well lot of issues...from food to employment , law and order , water , other natural resource...by 2050 we would be close to 1000 crores globally and who has already stated what would be effects of that in its website...
the world wil be polluted. Because garbage will tend to grow as population grows.
there's many things wrong w/ overpopulation. overpopulation means more homes 2 build which requires cutting down more vegetation. it also means higher crime R8. feeding more mouths, shelling out more funds. we're overcrowded 2 the point homes r so close 2-gether we can knock on the neighbor's window from inside our own homes. as a result of overpopulation yards r smaller & no place 2 run & play.
There is enough land and food to feed the world's population. It is a false belief that we are over populated. In the state of Georgia there is a set of tablets called the "Georgia Guidestones" and on these tablets it says that we should keep the population down to only 500,000,000. That sounds like a big number, but compared to 6.5 billion that we currently have, there would have to be mass genocide in order to achieve this goal. Believe it or not, it is ACTUALLY a goal of our ELITE, to reduce our population down to that.
So you might want to ask yourself, are you okay with volunteering you and your family for the reduction in population? My guess is that you are not. So with that being said, WHO is? The feeling that we are over populated is a false hood and a desire of the ELITE to get us to buy into it.
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Do you think over population is a burden ?
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