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Will the overpopulation of humans increase the spread of disease?

  • Human increase good info!

    Because think about it. People are making movies about zombies. Yes this might seem a little tactical BUT, if you see from my understanding that the movie World War Z is basally based off over population and the cause of disease spreading. You are probably thinking i am wrong but just try and use your imagination and deep thought. At the end of the movie the main character obviously found a cure. But however, millions and millions of people were affected and were dying. Just like people getting cancer and women having birth problems.( birth defects) so over all yes, the over population of humans will have a increase of disease

  • Yes It is

    Overpopulation can can increase diseases as overpopulation can make diseases like Malaria and Cholera more common in Africa for example. If everyone squeezed all together, the sewage might not be proper and it can cause more diseases to cause death. It is sad but real as we are always fighting with diseases all the time.

  • Ebola spreading to US

    Ebola came to the US because of overpopulation. If there weren't so many people in Africa it wouldn't have spread that much which also means that maybe the guy the brought Ebola to the Us might have not gotten Ebola. Maybe because the overpopulation in Africa caused it to spread to where the guy that came to the US was. In that case overpopulation does cause diseases to spread faster.

  • Ebola spreading to US

    Ebola came to the US because of overpopulation. If there weren't so many people in Africa it wouldn't have spread that much which also means that maybe the guy the brought Ebola to the Us might have not gotten Ebola. Maybe because the overpopulation in Africa caused it to spread to where the guy that came to the US was. In that case overpopulation does cause diseases to spread faster.

  • Yes, because of more contact.

    Yes, the overpopulation of humans will increase the spread of disease, because disease is spread when humans come into contact with each other. Diseases spread when people began to venture between continents. The more people there are, the more contacts there will be with other people, and the more diseases will go around.

  • The Closer the People, the More Disease Spreads.

    With human populations being focused in urban centers, if there was a particularly deadly strand of a disease, then it would spread as quickly as a wild fire does in a forest. People would catch it quickly on subways and other public transit, hospitals would become quickly overpopulated, and people would start dropping like flies. Overpopulation has always proven to be terrible for disease when we look at history. Such as the Black Plague, where people were all living in a small space of a city.

  • No, because humans are intelligent and highly adaptable to our own natural increase.

    There are ample ways to better support the natural enlargement and increased density of human populations, in ways beneficial to people. Such as public sanitation measures of underground sewers and toilets. We experience so many examples of temporary and voluntary crowding, that do not appear to much spread disease. Schools, events, concerts, etc.

    If fact, world population ought to grow much denser, in order to help the planet absorb countless more billions of people, who would be glad to live. Do not believe the NWO population-phobic scare tactics of "mad scientist" anti-people liars.


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