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William F. Wheaton

The present population of the entire Earth (approximately 6 billion) could easily fit into the state of Texas with the density of an average American city far less than Tokyo, Mexico City or Calcutta. This can be demonstrated by a simple sixth grade-level calculation. That would leave the rest of the land mass of the entire world to the raising of food. So, you see, those who cry about overpopulation and the inability of the world to feed its people must have some other agenda.