In the last few thousand years, humans have had a powerful impact on Earth. Within a geological blink of an eye, we exploded out of Africa to colonize virtually every inhabitable space on the planet. We dammed the rivers, we domesticated animals, deforested many areas, changed the chemistry of atmosphere and he seas… list goes on. But, what would happen if suddenly humans become extinct in the future?
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If the population of the world was only 100 people, instead of 7.4 billion, while the statistics remaining the same, what would today’s society look like? A video published by GOOD Magazine (produced and written by Gabriel Reilich, animation by Jake Infusino) answers that question.
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The Earth is getting more crowded every single day. As of August 2016, the world population was estimated at 7.4 billion. Our planet is already overpopulated, and despite the growth of the population begun slowing, the situation will be worse: the United Nations estimates it will further increase to 11.2 billion in the year 2100.
Here is a video published by the American Museum of Natural History showing the World’s population through time.
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Since the Neolithic revolution, the humanity is building cities. Here are the top ten amazing facts about cities all around the world.
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A woman’s face, who buried over 3,700 years ago in Northern Scotland has been reconstructed by a team of archaeologists and forensic artists led by Maya Hoole. It was the bronze-age at that time in the area.
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As of May 26, 2016, Emma Morano, a 116-Year-Old woman from Italy is the oldest living human in the world (currently the oldest living man is Yisrael Kristal, who is 113, an Auschwitz Survivor now Living in Israel).
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