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golden years


  if the ecosystem could only accommodate 100 people and the average life-span was 100 years, to maintain the maximum number of people the ecosystem could provide for there would have to be one baby born each year


  if the average life-span of 100 people was 1000 years, to maintain the maximum number of people the

ecosystem could provide for there would have to be one baby born every ten years


   by the end of this millennium we will have reached the maximum number of people the ecosystem can provide for and births will never be so abundant again


     when we begin living in the Gathering place the rate of longevity will increase at a breathtakingly fast pace and from then on births will decrease as Longevity trends increase and within a

Life-length there will be less than one birth every 1000 years


for those who love the company of babies… revel in these next few centuries, these are our golden years

 

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