World Population

The World Population
  • All those who want a baby should think many times what for they want a baby and if they are mentally and as a person (character) prepared to be a mother and a father.
  • All those who want a baby should first make their calculations: financial, emotional, and everything that will be part of the life course of and with their child / children.
  • In 10, 20, 30 years there will be 3 billion more people who will have needs, and wants. Many resources will be scarce. There isn’t an second or third planet for the world population!
  • All humans have an immanent longing for genuine human values. But all human values will be suffocated!
  • Conclusion: Only a new understanding of human development – understood as the fundamental meaning of each human – can create a new world for human’s fulfillment!

Consequences of the World Population Growth

  • In 2036-2039 there will be an estimated 9 billion people on earth. 2050-2053 an estimated 10 billion.
  • A huge majority never thinks about the individual and collective consequences of procreating a baby!

Billions of humans simply reproduce the ‘archaic’ past!

  • Scarcity of fundamental needs will shape the world! The complex emotional impacts will be horrendous!
  • The collective archetypal human development is lost! The collective degeneration will accelerate globally!

The Complex Interrelations: Unstoppable Growth Rate Factors

  • People procreate 60-70 million babies every year. But most are not prepared for their responsibility.
  • There is a progressive exponential factor of growth, especially in Asia and Africa (biggest threat to humanity!).
  • Therefore, the global population will increase over the coming decades, an unstoppable growth!

Co-lateral Factors of Growth

  • In 30-35 years an additional 3 billion people will need food, water, health care, education, sanitation, energy, clothes, shoes, condoms, and so on.
  • In 30-35 years 10 billion people will produce gigantic volumes of sewage, air, water and soil pollution, chemical emissions, in general contamination and waste.
  • Corporations will control up to 90% of all production, services and allocations. Consequences: very high unemployment, difficult to do business or to get a job.
  • At the end of the Century: 12 billion people would need 3 planets for a sustainable life (like the average in the EU or US today).
  • In 2050 an estimated 2 billion people will be over 60 with a further life expectancy of 15-30 years.
  • Pension and unemployment payment will be minimal or impossible. A huge majority (90%?) will live in poverty.
  • Politics and the economy must improve within 25 years the living conditions of minimum 3 billion people, today living in absolute or serious poverty.
  • During the same time frame, politics and the economy must additionally provide to 2 billion new earth dwellers goods, services, and infrastructure.
  • In total, within 25 years politics and economy must additionally (to the today well-off people) provide to these 3+2= 5 billion people goods, services, and infrastructure (in order to eliminate absolute and serious poverty).