The population is growing around 80 million people per year.

Due to the growing population, the average number of global hectares per person is shrinking.

Population growth occurs when the births out number the deaths.

A Review of Spatial Distribution
The term spatial distribution simply refers to a statistical analysis of a phenomena and how it is spread over the Earth’s surface. Spatial distribution, as a form of empirical study, has been used to analyze the population of people, the distribution of real estate prices and the distribution of wages over a certain space. These studies indicate that the development of an urban environment must always account for spatial aspects and aim to produce an efficient spatial structure. Whether one analyzes through the lenses of an economist or environmentalist, it is understood that a deficient spatial structure can fragment labor and consumer markets, contribute to higher transaction costs due to increased distance between people and places, decrease quality of life by increasing travel time and increasing air pollution (Bertraud & Malpezzi, 2003). For a country with a landmass as large as Canada, the application of spatial distribution concepts in urban and rural development is especially important.

They fully intend to "exterminate" a significant portion of the world's population.

Population growth is divided into four periods that are major.

As Helle Jeppesen points out in an article on population growth that the “highest population growth occurs in poor countries (Jeppesen, Helle).” The reason for this is because of the lack of sex education and birth control in these countries.

Perhaps Darwin found this section from Malthus s Essay on the Principle of Population amusing

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An Essay on the Principle of Population as it Affects the Future Improvement of Society


How can population grow so fast.

They have successfully controlled their population growth which population transition from high birth rate to low birth rates in a short period of time.

The county was amongst the big gainers of population from 1981-1991.

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Below is a diagram that shows a population growth curve....

Population modeling has been used to demonstrate mathematically, psychologically, and scientifically an understanding of the numbers (being used) over time (being measured) and can be manipulated my changing its generation and rate....

No population continues to grow indefinitely.

For example, scientists may demonstrate a mathematical model to represent the population dynamics or genetic drift of a particular environment throughout the years.

Population aging is one of the social issues which they are facing.

As a population’s density changes, a naturally-occurring series of interactions which are environmentally controlled form between members of the population, thus regulating the population size....

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Paul from Ephesians 6:11-12 - "For we struggle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the forces of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places."
End Notes:1) Copies of the material obtained in Elberton, Georgia, on The Georgia Guidestones, and a four-audio-tape set on "Population Control" are available from Radio Liberty: P.O.