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Hopefully they can one day say the humble humans of Earth had a say in changing there course for the better while still thanking those from afar that lend a hand once in a while. :)
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Bigfoot said ...

Overpopulation is a real Hell that humans create. Creation creates brand new spiritforms to keep up with procreation of more and more material bodies/humans. The people who die come back immediately without the rest that is required by spiritform. So all the problems of the Earth that you can't take with you when you die (because we all reincarnate) you can come back and get these problems. So truely because of overpopulation humans create a Hell.

--Bigfoot 18:38, 6 September 2010 (BST)

Markvd said ...

Truly this is the problem that is toughest to solve in the way the world is set up. I try to think up every possible scenario combined with current and possible future trends and still cannot reach that 550 milllion number. I input business minded world that moves forward and evolves through technology and how customers are required to keep up with the new trends. Unless everyone decides to become a farmer or naturalist there is still a long way before the mindset of the whole is realized. Couple that with each unique culture, I will respectfully use China as an example, it would not be the same without the filled markets of people. It's as if diversity on a planet is good because you can learn vast amounts of knowledge but it's tough to change the culture of thought in each country. I think in the end population is dependent on how the world we live on is driven. I would ask myself these ?'s How will we advance if there are no customers to buy products? "Business minded perspective" Will living costs skyrocket due to less people? "everyday citizen perspective" How will we protect our massive borders with less people? "countries with a large population with surrounding border layout" "Military minded defense" These are only a few ?'s, there are many more that need resolution before such drastic measures are taken.

--Markvd 19:37, 6 September 2010 (BST)

Bigfoot said ...

There truly can be no questions when Nature's Fury wipes out billions of Earth humans and the religious people kill perhaps millions and WW3 would cause mass extinction if it were not for the interference of life preserving Plejaren humans.

--Bigfoot 02:55, 9 September 2010 (BST)

Markvd said ...

Hopefully they can one day say the humble humans of Earth had a say in changing there course for the better while still thanking those from afar that lend a hand once in a while. :)

--Markvd 03:45, 9 September 2010 (BST)