One Finite Planet

Wealth Inequality

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Every niche on Earth where life is possible, fills to maximum capacity with life, meaning except for brief periods following Earth changing events, there have no 'vacant' liveable environments for over 4 billion years. Any increase in population of one species, requires a reduction in numbers of other species, in a process Darwin declared "survival of the fittest".
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Population on a Finite World: Vacancies Fill Quickly.

Every niche on Earth where life is possible, fills to maximum capacity with life, meaning except for brief periods following Earth changing events, there have no ‘vacant’ liveable environments for over 4 billion years. Any increase in population of one species, requires a reduction in numbers of other species, in a process Darwin declared “survival of the fittest”.

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