About how many people do you think Planet Earth could support?
Less than we have now. If you listen you can hear the sound of the earth crying.
I just saw a report on CNN that said by 2050 there could be 9 billion people starving here. Imagine that with all the bigwigs still left, old terra firma is gonna get crowded.
That is a dangerous question, a George Soros,or George Bernard Shaw type question. The earth is a lot more resilient than most people give it credit for.
I am not about to say there are too many of us and leave the door open for some thoughts like George Bernard Shaw had.
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