And I find myself sitting here with a copy of one of those free Metro New York newspapers, this paper that always seems to have the most interesting and informative articles to read. And the title of this article is "Does the planet seem crowded". And lo and behold that article goes on to say something like 147,000 people are born each day. Did I read that correctly or is that a type? 147,000 humans are born each day onto planet earth. Are there seriously 147,000 people being born each day? I find that number to incomprehensible to comprehend. Is this that J bell curb thing, where the population is supposed to double every twenty years and go straight up or something. And if one were to do the math, that is a lot of people being born each minute and second. How can the earth hold all of these people, all of us. Is the earth too crowded. Well it definitely seems infinetly crowded in this city of New York where I find myself dwelling in at the moment. And how many people die each day. Is this some sort of cycle of birth and death that make up the composition of planet earth. What about the question of life. Do these meanings give new meaning to the meaning of life. And this article went on to say, think about natural disaster that have occurred where hundreds of thousands of people have lost their life. Can that life just be replenished with more humanity, the same amount the next day. Is life disposable like this, or not. What is the meaning of life, its resources, morals, values and its sustainability. Where is the world headed. Is there an answer for this out there in internetland.