Episode: Consider This: Overpopulation

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Consider This: Overpopulation
It took from the dawn of humanity until the 19th century to reach a billion people on the planet. It took just over 200 years afterwards to add 6.2 billion more. With more and more people and ever dwindling resources, what are we to do? Tune in to find out.

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