Science

Cities are overcrowded. The world is not.

It's a huge number. But it's not what you think.

Why poverty isn't caused by "overpopulation."

Are people hungry because there's not enough food on Planet Earth, or is the answer more complex?

What does it take to replace ourselves? Are we doing it?

Where did this myth come from? When was humanity supposed to end?

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