Overpopulation, The True Story


Population is the term typically used to refer to the number of people in a single area. Governments conduct a census to quantify the size of a resident population within a given jurisdiction. The term is also applied to non-human animalsmicroorganisms, and plants, and has specific uses within such fields as ecology and genetics.


  1. Since Celtics, People have gained survival instincts to desire to keep going


Overpopulation or overabundance is a phenomenon in which a species‘ population becomes larger than the carrying capacity of its environment. This may be caused by increased birth rates, lowered mortality rates, reduced predation or large scale migration, leading to an overabundant species and other animals in the ecosystem competing for food, space, and resources. The animals in an overpopulated area may then be forced to migrate to areas not typically inhabited, or die off without access to necessary resources.

Judgements regarding overpopulation always involve both facts and values. Animals often are judged overpopulated when their numbers cause impacts that people find dangerous, damaging, expensive, or otherwise harmful. Societies may be judged overpopulated when their human numbers cause impacts that degrade ecosystem services, decrease human health and well-being, or crowd other species out of existence.


Why Overpopulation?

Ecosystem service

Ecosystem services are the various benefits that humans derive from healthy ecosystems. These ecosystems, when functioning well, offer such things as provision of food, natural pollination of crops, clean air and water, decomposition of wastes, or flood control. Ecosystem services are grouped into four broad categories of services. There are provisioning services, such as the production of food and water. Regulating services, such as the control of climate and disease. Supporting services, such as nutrient cycles and oxygen production. And finally there are cultural services, such as spiritual and recreational benefits.[1] Evaluations of ecosystem services may include assigning an economic value to them.

For example, estuarine and coastal ecosystems are marine ecosystems that perform the four categories of ecosystem services in several ways. Firstly, their provisioning services include marine resources and genetic resources. Secondly, their supporting services include nutrient cycling and primary production. Thirdly, their regulating services include climate regulation and flood control. Lastly, their cultural services include recreation and tourism.


Ecosystem services are the various benefits that humans derive from healthy ecosystems.


obtain something from (a specified source).

“they derived great comfort from this assurance”


Humans obtain something from healthy ecosystems

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  1. Q Wikipedia and why the graphs keep changing, illegally swaying public knowledge from illegal Governments
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Annual-World-Population-since-10-thousand-BCE-1-768×724.png; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/World_population
  1. I don’t bother with any other graphs regards World Population as deflective in terms of confusion, one intelligence understands, news to everyone confuses another, new learning, the mind does not process information the same way the originator created through sweat and tears to gain understanding a clear understanding himself.