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    An interesting map of the human population today.




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    Is most of non-tundra Russia really that inhospitable?

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    India + China have over 36% of the world's population. If we add Pakistan and Bangladesh, they pass 41%.

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    Add them, Philippines, Vietman and Indonisea too

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    Quote Originally Posted by Boreas View Post
    Add them, Philippines, Vietman and Indonisea too
    If we add beside Indochina, Philippines and Indonesia, Japan, Taiwan, Nepal, South Korea and North Korea, they are over 50% of Earth population.

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    Wow! Central and North Asia were stolen.

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    Asia has 60% of the world population. That should be no surprise. The majority of the world population has lived in Asia for at least the last ten thousand years, probably the last forty thousand years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToBeOrNotToBe View Post
    Is most of non-tundra Russia really that inhospitable?
    Not for long.

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