2012 DEBATE
POPULATION
POPULATION
INCREASE
World Population.

November 2008 and the world clock shows the Earths population as 6,708,335,900
and increasing at a rate that will depress you.  The clock will show 7 Billion by
December 2012, according to some experts, 5 Billion more than the earth can
comfortably sustain.

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, in 1959 the world population was standing at 3
Billion and by 1999 had grown to 6 billion – doubling in just 40 years,.  The bureau
figures show that at current birth rates, by 2030 the figure will be well over 8 Billion.

Clearly something will step into play that will halt this unsustainable trend. Simply put,
by 2012 the 7 billionth human will be born and the facts are that not enough food,
water or good air or utility resources = less people, the only question is when will the
domino’s fall?.
Links:

World Clock: http://www.peterrussell.com/Odds/WorldClock.php

United States Census Bureau: http://www.census.gov/ipc/www/img/worldpop.gif
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                 New Book published October 2008.

From Penguin Books official web site:

Book: Paperback | 8.26 x 5.23in | 352 pages | ISBN 9781592578030 | 07 Oct 2008 | Alpha | 18 -
AND UP

The final countdown?

On December 21, 2012, the Mayan calendar will complete its thirteenth cycle. According to the
Mayan belief system, the world will end. And if you don’t believe the Mayans, you can check in
with The Bible Code, The Nostradamus Code, or The Orion Prophecy, all of which predict planet-
wide doom. Then again, maybe the year 2012 is just a new opportunity. Could 2012 bring us good
things instead of bad? This book gives readers a look at what the Mayan prophecy is all about,
what it means to them, and much more.

•Addresses Mayan predictions about global warming and climate change
•Includes a glossary of terms and symbols, resources for a changing world, and exercises to
assist the reader in their journey
•The existence of almost 600,000 websites on 2012 indicates a huge fascination with this subject
POPULATION


CLIMATE


HUMAN HEALTH


ECONOMY


ENVIRONMENT


TEMPERATURE

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EARTH CHANGES