There is a thesis among many famous personalities in the world of big finance that the planet is in danger of overpopulation. This claim is constantly being used by the mainstream media.
A different opinion was expressed in an interview with the Wall Street Journal by the co-founder of Tesla, SpaceX and Boring Company, Elon Musk. (By the way, a father of six children). The multimillionaire, known for his bold ventures, pointed out that it is the shortage, not the excess of people, that is currently the main threat to humanity.
Elon Musk: Planet overpopulation is a myth
I think one of the greatest threats to civilization is the low birth rate and the rapidly declining birth rate. Please look at the numbers. If people don’t have more children, civilization will fall apart. Remember my words, he said. He pointed out that there are “too few people” on Earth, giving for example, for example, the shortages of an adequate number of blue collar workers.
“And yet so many characters, including the wise, believe there are too many people in the world and think the population is spiraling out of control,” he continued, referring to the views of Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.
Musk emphasized that powerful forces have been trying to convince people of the danger of overpopulation of the planet for over 50 years. In his opinion, however, these fears are greatly exaggerated. The entrepreneur pointed out that various social engineering aimed at artificially reducing the population in the past had brought with them real disasters.
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