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1. Here me out. The current population of the world is 7.4 billion people which is correct to +- 0.5%.
0.5% of 7.4 billion is 37 million. That means 37 million people on this earth may not exist.
The population of Canada is 35 million.
2. (Original post by humanteaparty)
Here me out. The current population of the world is 7.4 billion people which is correct to +- 0.5%.
0.5% of 7.4 billion is 37 million. That means 37 million people on this earth may not exist.
The population of Canada is 35 million.
that's where i stopped reading tbh
3. (Original post by humanteaparty)
Here me out. The current population of the world is 7.4 billion people which is correct to +- 0.5%.
0.5% of 7.4 billion is 37 million. That means 37 million people on this earth may not exist.
The population of Canada is 35 million.
No ****!
4. (Original post by ihatePE)
that's where i stopped reading tbh
5. There's a 100% chance trudeau is a ****wit though
6. Where did ya get your stats from
7. ...but I've been to canada
8. (Original post by BubbleBoobies)
That was just North America...
9. (Original post by humanteaparty)
Here me out. The current population of the world is 7.4 billion people which is correct to +- 0.5%.
0.5% of 7.4 billion is 37 million. That means 37 million people on this earth may not exist.
The population of Canada is 35 million.
Your calculations can also be used to prove that any population of 37 million or less doesn't exist.

Goodbye, 57.7% of Britain.
10. But there could also be 7.437 billion people in the world. This means that there could be another country the size of Canada that is yet to be discovered
11. What are countries but lines on a map anyway?
12. (Original post by callumhowieson)
What are countries but lines on a map anyway?
Countries are areas, not lines
13. (Original post by Mathemagicien)
Countries are areas, not lines
Well, that was stupid of me.
14. Are we really already halfway between 7 and 8 billion jeez.

Wasn't the population growth rate meant to slow?
15. this is not my province
16. (Original post by Inexorably)
Are we really already halfway between 7 and 8 billion jeez.

Wasn't the population growth rate meant to slow?
Yes, but its still 'almost exponential' growth in Africa, which is always surprising population experts on the upside

The closer they look, the more people they find

(Lol @Europe)
17. (Original post by Indeterminate)
But there could also be 7.437 billion people in the world. This means that there could be another country the size of Canada that is yet to be discovered
Dibs on the Republic of Canafricastan
18. (Original post by Mathemagicien)
Yes, but its still 'almost exponential' growth in Africa, which is always surprising population experts on the upside

The closer they look, the more people they find

Ah I see. Does Asia's section still account for the removal of the one-child policy or not (if you happen to know )?
19. (Original post by Inexorably)
Ah I see. Does Asia's section still account for the removal of the one-child policy or not (if you happen to know )?
Not sure; but it won't make much difference; most Chinese people don't want more than 1 child and they don't have children they don't want.
20. (Original post by Mathemagicien)
Not sure; but it won't make much difference; most Chinese people don't want more than 1 child and they don't have children they don't want.
Ah right I see, thanks for clarifying

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