- Elon Musk warns about the end of human civilization on earth
- This American business tycoon said that the danger is increasing due to low birth rate
- By the year 2100, there will be a big decline in the population on the earth
SpaceX and Tesla founder Elon Musk has warned of the end of civilization. This American billionaire businessman has also expressed his concern over the global population due to the declining birth rate. The total number of people currently living on Earth is soon going to reach eight billion. Despite this, Musk believes that there are not enough people on Earth. He said that note down my words, it will definitely happen.
Population disclosure in The Lancet study
According to a study by the renowned science journal The Lancet, the world population is expected to reach 9.7 billion in 2064. At the same time, many experts have predicted that the human population on Earth will fall to 8.8 billion by the year 2100. After this, the population of the earth will decrease further in the coming centuries.
Note my words: Musk
Many people believe that many areas of the world are already carrying the burden of overpopulation. Quite the contrary, Elon Musk insists that we must just continue to build a new life or face the consequences. Musk’s concern about the rapidly shrinking local population in America has also increased. He said please look at the figures. If people have no more children, civilization will crumble. Note down my words.
‘There are not enough people on earth, people keep having children’
Speaking to the Wall Street Journal, Musk claimed, “There are not enough people on earth. I can’t stress this enough, but there aren’t enough people.” I think one of the biggest risks to civilization is a low growth rate and a rapidly declining growth rate. And yet so many people – including smart people – think there are too many people in the world and think the population is spiraling out of control. It is completely opposite.
Elon Musk’s own six children
Elon Musk himself has six children. When asked about the number of children he has, he said that I am trying to set a good example because I try to practice what I preach first. The Lancet study highlighting the decline in fertility rates is due to better access to contraception and sex education among girls and women.