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Haughton99
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The World as 100 People over the past two centuries.
Also posted on the OT but I thought you Poli boarders might also find this interesting.

I knew childhood mortality was high but not that high.

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AggieDub14
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re: The World as 100 People over the past two centuries.


Let's keep these trends going


HailHailtoMichigan!
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re: The World as 100 People over the past two centuries.
while not a 100% causation, all these graphs are happening at the same time that market economies became more prevalent throughout the world, especially in india and asia.


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TheLSUriot
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re: The World as 100 People over the past two centuries.
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Let's keep these trends going

Yeah, all except the tiny graph at the very bottom, which is partly a result of the child mortality trend. That plus modernization of healthcare and agriculture. World population cannot continue on that trend line.


Y.A. Tittle
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re: The World as 100 People over the past two centuries.
If the world is really run by some super duper secret evil cabal, it seems like they must really suck at being evil.


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Salmon
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re: The World as 100 People over the past two centuries.
if only we lived in the good old days


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AggieDub14
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re: The World as 100 People over the past two centuries.
Healthcare and agriculture will always keep up with population. Advances in technology always come at the right time. We've had what? 3 periods classified as a Green Revolution. All of which were absolutely necessary for the survival of the planets population. Technology will keep pace. It has so far. And will continue to do so.


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