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Post  brandonstaley on Wed Mar 05, 2008 8:00 am

“Overpopulation does not threaten the environment,” by Thomas Malthus, tell of theory and statistics about how the world could benefit from population growth. Malthus introduces his theories about nature accommodating for a bigger population growth. He follows by saying that fate takes part in keeping the population regular though death. He admits that though a great increase in population food would be the hardest thing to get. Using statistics he says that the pollution levels have drastically decreased since 1972 population increase. He concludes by saying that with a population increase there would be a larger amount of higher educated people to create more technological advances.


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