Sperm count drop 'may lead to human extinction'

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https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bbc...s/amp/40719743
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Finally... Some good news.
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people need to stop smoking,exercise often instead of being a lazy ****
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I know the population is growing we were at 8 billion, but it won't lead to extinction, so I guess the population will calm down.
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That seems a very dramatic conclusion. Of course, if something is causing that large a change in an aspect of our biology then it should be investigated, but unless sperm counts are going to continue to halve rather than just stay stay at half the record high (and they seem unclear on what that should be), I don't see how that threatens humanity, even without IVF or AI.
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Good/bad.

1) Heavily over exaggerated conclusion, it will take a lot more than that to wipe off an entire race consisting of over 7++ Billion individuals.

2) Even if it was going to lead to a slow in population growth, frankly, I welcome this, as it delays the problem of overpopulation, which is much more likely to cause illness, famine, and squandering for resources, THAT is closer to 'human extinction', than this issue.

3) Let's face it, people are always going to reproduce, someone, somewhere, I wouldn't sweat it.
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The rate of growth may slow down, however, we won't be going extinct. At least not just yet.
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Wtf? 😳
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Who writes this junk 😂
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To what save the sperms or human race?
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Gotta confuse that sperm, right babe?
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Nah nah, get rid of all the sperm. Keep the balls smaller, need that 5:1 **** and ball ratio.
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5% of humanity?
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***** gonna be looking bigger by the day!
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Your saying it as if I know what this 5% butterscotch is!
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C'mooooon! Let's get pregnant!!!!
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(Original post by TheAlchemistress)
Your saying it as if I know what this 5% butterscotch is!
This is all reference to a bodybuilder (and youtuber) called Rich Piana.
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