Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby Catsumi » Jan 17th, 2019, 12:56 pm

When and if a couple reproduce themselves by having two kids, the couple's parents and grandparents don't fall over dead automatically. That is now total of 14 all alive, kicking and still able to reproduce via the new kids.

How can the population not be increasing here?
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby floppi » Jan 17th, 2019, 12:58 pm

Catsumi wrote:When and if a couple reproduce themselves by having two kids, the couple's parents and grandparents don't fall over dead automatically. That is now total of 14 all alive, kicking and still able to reproduce via the new kids.

How can the population not be increasing here?


Maybe they already died....and maybe those 2 kids won't make it to reproduce themselves. Just saying.

How about this one?

https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/ ... rths-women
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby oldtrucker » Jan 17th, 2019, 4:54 pm

Catsumi wrote:When and if a couple reproduce themselves by having two kids, the couple's parents and grandparents don't fall over dead automatically. That is now total of 14 all alive, kicking and still able to reproduce via the new kids.

How can the population not be increasing here?


It has to be and it is. Starting in 1928 to 2019, my grandparents gave rise to over 100-130 people...I gave up counting after I hit 100. To my knowledge, only 8 out of that have died.
Just my eldest sibling, starting in 1970 to 2019 has given rise to 18 people.
One of my siblings is 12 years older than me, he has given rise to 4 people, but he's still trying...mating like a insane howler monkey on acid.
I keep telling all of them to quit mating...they take offence to that for some reason.

Approx 75,000 ppl added since my last post.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby Catsumi » Jan 17th, 2019, 6:11 pm

You hail from fecund stock, OT, and seems admonishing them to cut it out a fool's errand. Perhaps a bruising one?

Thankx for counting to 100 for us showing how easily and quickly the human population increases.

Do you think some might catch on to this novel thought of predicting the future of peepkind? :200:
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby floppi » Jan 17th, 2019, 6:32 pm

oldtrucker wrote:
Catsumi wrote:When and if a couple reproduce themselves by having two kids, the couple's parents and grandparents don't fall over dead automatically. That is now total of 14 all alive, kicking and still able to reproduce via the new kids.

How can the population not be increasing here?


It has to be and it is. Starting in 1928 to 2019, my grandparents gave rise to over 100-130 people...I gave up counting after I hit 100. To my knowledge, only 8 out of that have died.
Just my eldest sibling, starting in 1972 to 2019 has given rise to 18 people.
One of my siblings is 12 years older than me, he has given rise to 4 people, but he's still trying...mating like a insane howler monkey on acid.
I keep telling all of them to quit mating...they take offence to that for some reason.

Approx 75,000 ppl added since my last post.


:D You got it backwards. If you don't want immigration, ie NIBY, you have to tell your family to mate like insane monkeys. We were doing well in that aspect until 1971 and then there was a flip where we went below 2.1 kids per woman and we ve stayed there since then. It will take a couple decades before the death rate over takes the birth rate in Canada ( that is without any sort of immigration ) but eventually it will happen if we keep going at our present rate. We are already seeing our older population approach 25% of our total population. We use to have 4 able worker to support our seniors but that ratio is getting closer to 2 worker to support one senior......it's not a good ratio if your part of the elderly population.

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-soc ... eport.html

https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/2016-c ... -1.4095360

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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby HoboJo » Jan 18th, 2019, 4:02 am

"Those that can't win wars with bullets
can, and will, take over the World by Population."


And why not?

Nobody will help me pile *bleep* rocks or herd animals.

You know how many people like blood on their sleeve?

Borders may be an old construct.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby oldtrucker » Jan 25th, 2019, 7:02 pm

I left it alone for 1 week.
2,500,000 added since my last post. Equal to the population of the greater Vancouver area. Only 1 week.

The only solution to stop it... a global administrative body that regulates how humans mate. Yes, a global government body, or if you like ...a "one world government."
It's the only way that I can think of to have people apply for a licence to reproduce, and to bring population growth to a halt.
According to climate scientists, we have 12 years to get it together, not starting to think about the problem in 12 years, but to have it solved in 12 years. Having the developing world living at western world standards is not possible without having a global environmental catastrophe.

Think about it... one greater Vancouver in one week. There is no point or benefit to filling Canada up with more people. Immigration from overpopulated places to Canada will destroy us and our environment, and we need to shut it down.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby Queen K » Jan 25th, 2019, 7:35 pm

https://qz.com/1295721/the-japanese-pop ... g-country/

Well the Japanese aren't responsible for this increase, that's for sure.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby Catsumi » Jan 25th, 2019, 7:54 pm

Nothing wrong with that.

Being one of Icelandic origins, I see that their population is 337,000 with 14 births per 1,000 annually.

Results in a high standard of living, good education and health care as resources aren't stretched to the max.

They seem to get along just fine without plopping out more kids into an already crowded world.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby Deean » Jan 26th, 2019, 12:39 am

Perhaps Canada should change its focus from open border migration to birth control for the people with large families migrating here.

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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby oldtrucker » Jan 27th, 2019, 5:27 pm

Deean wrote:Perhaps Canada should change its focus from open border migration to birth control for the people with large families migrating here.


Or...as I posted before...
There are 236 countries in the world. Populations ranging from 12 in the Pitcairn Islands, to China with 1.4 billion.
Canada could assign 1000 (plus or minus a few) non transferable 'immigration credits' to each country. 500 males and 500 females from each country to be fair, give or take a few.
That would be roughly 200,000 immigrants to Canada each year. It would fit Canadas goals of ethnic diversity without enabling or punishing any country for low or high population growth, rich or poor.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby oldtrucker » Mar 22nd, 2019, 11:21 pm

Thought I would copy /paste this post I did from a thread in BC topics.

We are so,so far down the rabbit hole . Business as usual headspace huh?
10 years to not have a plan, but have a system functioning for global climate event harm reduction.
Oceans full of plastic- the foundation of life on this planet. Even if there were a way to start cleaning it up-it may already be to late.
Door # 1
Business as usual. Fill Canada up with people all using single use plastic items and make sure the rest of the world is using them too because it makes money. Can't change in 10 years anyway. Business as usual.... Let the extinction event happen.

Door # 2
70 years to late to think about quick cultural integration (or immigration) and maybe some population control. To late to 'talk about it'.10, maybe 15 years to establish a central global government( heavy handed if req.) to dictate what the best way is to go about getting the problems fixed. If countries have to become 'cultural districts' and people need to get a licence to reproduce... globally,-so be it.

Door # 3.
? Please fill this in if you have a great idea to circumvent door# 1 and door# 2 doom and gloom.

This is me in 12 years...

https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=ch ... ORM=VRDGAR

Since my last post, 20 million have been born and 8 million have died. 12,000,000 people added.1 Vancouver , and 1 Tokyo. Or slightly under a third of Canada.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby Deean » Mar 23rd, 2019, 2:57 pm

My theory is to teach these overpopulated nations birth control! Bringing them into a country foreign to them and their customs and letting them continue populating doesn't do anything for the overpopulation crisis but add to it.

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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby one wheel » Mar 24th, 2019, 12:58 am

Gees - I wonder if the - Kelowna Right to Life Society - have ever heard of a overpopulated world ?

No, because they want babies to prop up their sagging Church Membership to keep the money rolling in.
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Re: Canada's role in a overpopulated world.

Postby common_sense_guy » Mar 24th, 2019, 1:33 pm

This is our country I say shut the door. No more immigration at all. I don't care what people say or think of my idea.. the more people we let in the lower standard of living everyone else has.
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