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The World Overpopulation Myth
January 20, 2013 at 08:28 PM
Is the World Over Populated?
No. Overpopulation is a Myth. The world is not over populated. New York City has a population density of approximately 27,500 people per square mile. Everybody on earth (7 billion people) could fit in the state of Texas at a density of approximately 26,500 people per square mile (that's a population density 1,000 less than New York City).
There are over 57 million square miles of land mass on earth. There is plenty of room and there are more than enough resources for the development of life. The world is not over populated, it's very poorly managed. The concentration of wealth is handled by a small elite network. Man is always finding innovative new ways to utilize resources and solve problems. When new innovative techniques don't compliment the New World Order agenda, they get suppressed.
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