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[Education] Why Do India And China Have So Many People?

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India and China have so many people today because they’re good for farming and big, but they’ve always been that way, so they’ve actually had a huge proportion of Earth’s people for thousands of years.


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Rhett Bassard + 35 My guess: over-sexed ;)

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Post time: 12-2-2018 09:00:57
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The climate is fit to survive with little and hence human propagation. Right incentive to multiply.


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Pedro_P + 55 True and interesting.

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Editado por Pedro_P en 12-2-2018 05:47 AM
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The climate is fit to survive with little and hence human propagation. Right incentive to multiply.

Certainly, in an environment conducive and abundant in food resources, the human population can increase its number quickly... But eventually the demographic explosion will find a limit when resources, not only food, begin to become scarce... But there are other modern factors that influence in the considerable increase of the population, for example, the cultural and socioeconomic factors, it is estimated that India will soon surpass China in population ... And that situation is basically explained by the influence of those cultural and socioeconomic factors: high birth rate well above the mortality rate, the fertility rate of women (expressed in the number of children) is higher than the world average, at the same time, early marriages under the idea that the suitability of a premature marriage prevails, which in turn lengthens the fertile age of women and as a consequence, the number of children per woman increases, and Among socioeconomic factors, poverty, impoverished families have the idea that a family with a greater number of members, the greater the possibilities of obtaining income, to that situation is added the belief that having a greater number of children , parents will be better cared for when they reach the elderly.
And a factor no less important, is the educational factor, mainly that related to reproductive sexual education, myths and beliefs, prejudice and ignorance are some of the causes that could explain why the sexual aspect is almost a taboo.
On this side of the world, in South America, these factors also affect many countries here... That is why it is not so difficult to extrapolate these factors towards other similar realities, although in the cases of China and in particular of India, the situation of overpopulation can become a potential danger for the survival of millions of people.
To sustain a larger and growing population, a greater allocation of resources is necessary: Food, energy, water, infrastructure, health, job opportunities, etc. The scarcity of these resources due to overpopulation, causes situations of inequality and poverty, which are aggravated by the impact of the factors I have already mentioned... But the question that definitely worries is: How to solve the problem of overpopulation? Particularly in the case of India. If India manages to stop the impact of all the factors that cause its backwardness, it is probable that there will be a beneficial exit to the problem of the growing overpopulation that affects it. India has given lessons to the world in other aspects that affect it, such as those in matter of conservation and protection of some species in danger of extinction. I think India has a great challenge ahead, in terms of its overpopulation, however, although it is a difficult situation to control, I think India has the potential to achieve it.

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