Innovation and Population Growth

Presently, the Earth's population is about 7 billion people. Since food and innovation cannot support unlimited population growth, population is expected to stabilize at about 10 billion people as the human species adapts, or perishes. Self sustained space colonization is unlikely before and impossible after the human species declines or perishes on Earth. More
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Geometrical population growth, environmental effects and space migration

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About the Series: Malthusianism
Books describe worsening environmental impacts caused by unrestrained population growth and the problem of the human species surviving in space. Book titles are Malthus Revisited, Population Controls, Human Species, Extinction of Human Species, Innovation and Population, Species and Cosmos.

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