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Earth PopulationMore and more humans look for water and food
|Nowadays over 7.5 billion Humans live on Earth|
Bear Springs Blossom Nature Conservation graphic shows the population of Earth changing from 10000 before Christ to the 1800, the beginning of the industrial revolution. |
The human population history is amazing:
Imagine 1 million people breathing in and out ...
Imagine 10 million people breathing in and out ...
Imagine 100 million people breathing in and out ...
Imagine 1000 million people breathing in and out ...
Imagine how much oxygen 1 million people have used ...
Nowadays 7.6 billion humans taking a breath, using oxygen to give the human body energy
History can give us climate change scenarios
Nowadays 7.5 billion humans are breathing out carbon dioxide CO2 ...
It is real very simple mathematics.
Human body contains 70% water, water controls human health.
Imagine 1 million people need water to drink, to cook, to shower ...
Imagine 10 million people need water to drink, to cook, to shower ...
Imagine 100 million people need water to drink, to cook, to shower ...
Imagine 1000 million people need water to drink, to cook, to shower ...
Humans drink water, water to shower in, water to cook with, water to prepare juices, teas, coffee ...
Water affects human health significantly. Water = foundation of the body.
Nowadays 7.6 billion humans ask for and need water!
Just an example:
In the year 1860 +600000 people lived in Texas,
in 1935 +6 million people called Texas home,
in 2016 Texas has over 27 million inhabitants ...
Humans need food, more humans need more food.
But livestock is breathing in air too,
breathe out carbon dioxide.
Additionally cows produce
a lot of methane, a greenhouse gas that is 23 times more potent than Co2 carbon dioxide
More mammals breathe out more carbon dioxide ...
Imagine 1 million people were looking for food ...|
Imagine 10 million people were looking for food ...
Imagine 100 million people were looking for food ...
Imagine 1000 million people were looking for food ...
Nowadays 7.6 billion people are looking for food ...
Nowadays over 3.5 billion domesticated animals taking a breath, using oxygen to give their body energy
Nowadays over 3.5 billion domesticated animals are breathing out carbon dioxide CO2 ...
Nowadays 7.6 billion people want to have meat on their plate ...
Once there was one farm, and one house
Father, Mother, grandmother and 3 children
One road to the farm, unpaved
One well, one septic system
Nowadays more houses cover a bigger area
Areas that once were farmland
Imagine 1 million people were looking for a shelter ...|
Imagine 10 million people were looking for a home ...
Imagine 100 million people were looking for a home ...
Imagine 1000 million people were looking for a home ...
Nowadays 7.6 billion people are looking for a home ...
Once humans used their feet to move
Later they domesticated horses, camels and other animals to move them
Later humans invented the wheel to build a wagon behind a horse
One hundred years ago only a few could afford a car
Nowadays huge parking lots cover huge areas on Earth
Areas that once were farmland
Imagine: When Earth had 1 million people no one had a car...|
Imagine: When Earth had 10 million people no one had a car...
Imagine: When Earth had 100 million people no one had a car...
Imagine: When Earth had 1000 million people no one had a car...
Nowadays 7.6 billion people have about ONE Billion cars ...
More people need more materials, but with the demand of
7.6 billion humans, natural resources are shrinking!|
Recycling is a good way to reuse valuable materials
would also lower air pollution, water pollution, and would save some resources for our children.
The list of things humans request is much longer!!
Think about clothes using huge areas just to grow cotton
Think about all the man-made chemicals used to grow food more convenient
or to have a green lawn without 'weeds'
Think about electricity produced in coal-fired power-plants
Think about medicine that nowadays contaminated our drinking water
The list will go on ...
The most abundant element in Earth's crust is
Oxygen, composing roughly 47 percent of the weight of all rock.|
The second most abundant element is silicon at 27 percent, followed by aluminum at 8 percent, iron at 5 percent, calcium at 4 percent, and sodium, potassium, and magnesium at about 2 percent each.
Earth's core consists mostly of iron and nickel and potentially smaller amounts of lighter elements such as sulfur and oxygen.
The mantle is made of iron and magnesium-rich silicate rocks. The combination of silicon and oxygen is known as silica, and minerals that contain silica are known as silicate minerals.
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