Here’s How Crowded The Earth Would Be If Every Human Who Ever Lived Never Died
Pretty fun little hypothetical: What if human beings didn’t die? What if they just kept procreating and reproducing, but your great, great, great, great, great, great, great grandparents were still alive and kickin’ down in Bocca, as 400-year-olds do?
Imagine 108 billion human beings on the planet. Something tells me we wouldn’t have made it this far if we lived “forever”.
Or maybe — Just maybe — We’d evolve to have gills and be able to live in the ocean by now.