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Why Overpopulation is a Problem Living in Arkansas the natural state we dont really think of our world as overpopulated but instead often wish there was more going on We need to be thankful though Did you know that if your standing on a street in India and you look into a home and notice that a kitchen fire looks brighter than normal its probably not because of too much greese but instead due to a burning child Your probably thinking that sounds bizarre and how does this tie into overpopulation Well as crude and barbaric as burning or cremating children in a kitchen may sound it happens all too often in the overpopulated country of India If you are a hardheaded optimist you might be saying to yourself well thats in India where theyre crazy but you would have to be pretty crazy to argue that overpopulation in the US isnt a problem Considering the overcrowded classrooms used up soil and agricultural resources lack of energy and the damage done to the air and wildlife that we are surrounded by So what Im getting at is that from the Phillapenes to New York to Africa our world is being used for all its worth Not only will I speak about the problems with overpopulation far and wide throughout the world but also I would like to emphasize the time issue in correlation with the growth of the birth rate and death rate Now I know that graphs are about as exciting as chapel but this graph really simplifies the explanation of the Malthusian Theory which is simply a theory that was developed by Thomas Malthus in 1798 arguing that populations grow geometrically which just means that MORE PEOPLE PRODUCE MORE PEOPLE Explain graph World War 2 death rate did not effect the population climb In result of this steadily rising population rate
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