population

Population

A population according to the funk and

Wangnall Dictionary is a grouping of individuals subject to the processes
of birth, death, and migration.. During the first 2 million
years of our history the human population had very little effect upon the
overall world ecosystem, with no more than 10 million members. In the New

Stone Age, less than 10,000 years ago, the number of humans began to increase
more rapidly. By the beginning of the Christian era it had reached 250
million, and by the year 1650 CE up to half a billion(Internet Source)Reproduction
resulted un having children which were perfect for doing farmwork, collecting
dowry and starting family. By 2030,the population is projected to hit eight
to ten billion. With this rapid growth, concern for the future is inevitable.

The planet can not handle anymore chaos and can not create enough food
to disturbate to those who are in demand of it. A stable relationship
with plants and animals must be attained or future populations will suffer.

Problem

About 140 000 million babies will be born, and 53 million will die which
gives the overpopulated world an additional 84 million people per year.

With the planet growing at alarming rate 230 000 per day people,

With the increasing population, pollution is on the rise, making
safe water scarce In Asia the population increases by 50 million, the population
of Africa by 17 million and Latin America and the Caribbean by only eight
million. Africa has the hightest growth rate at 2.36 %(Internet Source).

These are places where people need children for work or if they donít want
kids they have no way of getting contraception or to be informed about
it, thus making the population grow at an alarming rate. Someone
must feed the hungry, with each individual requiring about 2 200
calouries per day unfortunetly of the six billion over 220 million are
malnourished.

Causes of rapid growth

Throughout history many have debated
the plantís carrying capacity. As far back as 469 BC in Socrates time and
to the present, have said that the world will suffer globally for there
will not enough food for humans. Farmers of the past, present and
the future have and will continue to prove these assumptions wrong. Farming
is the elemant that has been keeping the assumpation wrong. Farming
has been around since the 8000 B.C perhaps one of the most important inventions
ever made Too many people are living on the plant presently, thanks
to technology less people are dying due the quality of life that is improving,
though its not directly related to malnutriention itís the speed of growth
that is the cause of malnourshed and farming is the fuel that lets the
population grow so fast. The root cause s of malnutrition is the
lack of available and affordable food, health services, safe water, and
proper sanitation. Technology not only lets the human race to live longer
and healthier lives providing them with a better quality of life due to
the fact that we eat better. Farming with the help of tecnology is the
cause why we eat better thus letting the human population grow rapidly.

Throughout history many have debated the
plantís carrying capacity. As far back as 469 BC in Socrates time and to
the present, have said that the world will suffer globally for there will
not enough food for humans. Farmers of the past, present and the
future have and will continue to prove these assumptions wrong. Farming
is the elemant that has been keeping the assumpation wrong. Farming
has been around since the 8000 B.C perhaps one of the most important inventions
ever made. Without farming the world would not be able to reach the present
size of the human population and the for seen future. Someone must feed
the hungry, with each individual requiring about 2 200 calouries
per day. Farming brings food to dinner tables and is what helps us to grow.

It allows humans to grow and get taught new methods of technology to aid
society in the future.

Technology is not only beneficial
for farming, but it increases the life expectancy of humans, thus less
people are dying. and keeping the population under control . During the

14th century the Black Death wiped out a third of the population of Europe.(Grolier

Encyclopedia) If the 14th century had our present day medicine or
technology, this catasophy would have been unheard of. Triumph over
disease on a worldwide scale did not come until 20th century with the introduction
of antibiotics and DDT. DDT is a very active, broad-spectrum
pesticide, particularly effective against beetles, moths and butterflies,
flies, and mosquitoes, it controls insect-vectored human