According to opponents of the U.S. immigration policy, the nation's population could surge anywhere from 100 to 200 million people by 2050. The U.S. Census also indicates immigration is the number one factor driving U.S. population growth, along with fertility (births). Under current policy, legal immigrants are allowed to sponsor relatives for admission, who in turn can sponsor their relatives in what has been termed "chain migration." Many opponents of the current policies believe Congress has not thoroughly studied the implications of massive population growth on this scale.
For example, labor experts believe the economic impact of a population boom on this scale would hit the lower income, working class the hardest by resulting in an over supply of low wage, low skilled workers. This could potentially drive down US working class wages and sometimes even displace US workers.
Many critics of current U.S. policy fear the greatest strain could be on the healthcare system. The Federation for American Immigration Reform estimates that half of all immigrants either don't have insurance or receive coverage at taxpayers' expense. And the Heritage Foundation estimates that the retirement costs of granting legal status to illegal immigrants would be $2.4 trillion dollars a year or more.
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Can you imagine the population of the United States growing to 500 million!?! That's insane! Room to grow is running out.
Welcome to Earth. Population 0.
David Rockefeller gives a speech about over population. In this video, you will hear and see him discussing how the U.N. should sustain the population.
There is much to say on this topic, and in order to get my point across in a few minutes, I did cut a lot of corners.
The main point is that human evolution happened when we were hunter-gatherers, not recently, and that there were an awful lots of hunter-gatherers in the past who took part in the great experiment that is human evolution.
If I were to shoot this again, I would rewrite the script. You may notice that the no-incest and one-child-only rules, while they work fine for a few generations, get increasingly unrealistic as you go back in time. Once you have about 500 people on the top row of the chart, you have enough for a stable breeding network. Some of those people would be so distantly related that they really should be allowed to interbreed. So, instead of the population of the past's doing nothing but dying out from some ancestral vast population, it could instead remain constant for a while. In reality it would have waxed and waned. Many people would have had several children, and many would have had none, and not everyone was monogamous, of course.
This one isn't really a comedy sketch, like the others, so I'd rewrite it as one to fit in with the rest.
Environmentalists might think population decline is wonderful. Population decline is putting most developed nations on the pathway to extinction! Others believe there is an overpopulation crisis. Learn2Discern the facts. Distributed by Tubemogul.
population is a big problem in my country. population boom has increased troubles to the world. even it should be considered.
Immigration from eastern European countries which joined the European four years ago have been the main boost to the population in the United Kingdom , which now stands at sixty million.
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A graphic description of world population growth from 1 A.D.
World Population (Millenium Edition) was produced and copyrighted by Population Connection (formerly Zero Population Growth, Inc.) in 2000. Population Connection is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization.
Displaced populations suffer a lost political life because government and NGO agencies do not have their data integrated. By using new Semantic Web technologies, we are enabling the interoperability of the data to help recover the lost social tissue.
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My name is Kate Bazilevsky. I would like to inform you that the Catalog of Human Population exists, and the full version is being worked on. Currently, there are more than 130 subtype structures already described. Modern civilization has already created many different catalogs. The products of centuries of effort are: encyclopedias, dictionaries, medical atlases, and reference books on minerals, machines, and clothes. Those are just a few examples. But a catalog of the human population, by the same standards we have applied to other species, does not exist.
Certainly there are descriptions based on races, nationalities, language groups, and the like, but this research does not accomplish the main task - to classify living, modern-day human beings into subtypes. It is convenient as there is no need to spend half of your life to find out your potential is, to ask "Who am I?" and to struggle over problems with children, spouse, mother-in-law, bosses, co-workers and many other problems that arise in modern society. All of that time spent on those problems can now be spent on yourself.
The Catalog has information about the entire psychophysiology of any person. For convenience, all the information is divided into 6 factors. They are: intellectual, physical, dietological, emotional, sexual, and environmental. Depending on subtype structure, within these factors are specific descriptions of your potential talents, habits, particularities, and likings. This enables you to consciously regulate and adjust your life, and to have many achievements. My partners and I offer information about various subtype structures to anyone who would like to test it out. On your own or in a group, whether you are a scientist, businessman, student, soldier, housewife--no matter who you are, you can do a verification of our descriptions on real people. It is easy to do and it is very interesting.
We are living in a time of big urgent questions. As the population expands they are huge strains that are put on the environment. Industry has to respond practical over night. The digital factory saves resources and time to get products designed and produced. Because of the growing population in big cities more and more traffic is expected. Therefore Siemens can offer intelligent concepts for linking subway, bus, railway and airports to take off cars from the road and improve the air quality. Mega Cities need to have security concepts as well as we have to take care of waste water treatment and higher energy efficiency. Environmental aspects are the biggest challenge for the future of our Cities.
Where does ‘family planning’ stop being about individuals and couples making their own reproductive decisions and become a moral imperative that people should make the ‘right choices’? Are fears about population growth a new form of an old panic, or is the expanding carbon footprint a problem we need to address by limiting population growth? WORLDbytes volunteers filmed and edited this vital debate at the Battle of Ideas. Part of a series supported by B.P.A.S and the Wellcome Trust, the debate features top speakers with Dr Austen Ivereigh, Catholic commentator and West London Citizens organiser; Dr Ellie Lee, University of Kent lecturer and co-ordinator of Pro-Choice Forum; Adrian Stott, Optimum Population Trust trustee and Mark Walport, director of the Wellcome Trust.