I lived in Nigeria for 6 years and yes the population growth there is a real issue. World population growth is real too and is the major root cause to most or all of the "climate change" allegations.
In 1900, California's population was 2 million. It's now 35+ million. Maybe it's all those people causing water shortages, fires, pollution, etc.
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My point was overcrowding. At just over 7 million people, Arizona already feels crowded.The Philippines has a land mass roughly equal to the size of Arizona.
The Philippines population is 113 million. Arizona has 7.3 million
Yes exactly, all about density and distribution. Both AZ and CO… invasion from both south of the border and from blue crap statesMy point was overcrowding. At just over 7 million people, Arizona already feels crowded.
Take the same square miles with 113 million people......well .....you get the jist of it. Has nothing to do with coast line.
Very true.A few years ago, I read an article that said the only areas of the world where the birth rate exceeded the death rate were in parts of Africa, the Middle East, and Latin America; or in other words, the article implied that net-growth was only taking place in the parts of the world where it probably shouldn't.