People in Poverty
Causes of Death
- How People Die
Current World Population
Billion in early 2016
Around 384 thousand are born
, 156 thousand die each day.
(net increase of 229 thousand
new people every single day)
140.4 million are born each year.
The world population grew from 1 billion to 7 billion from 1800
1960 the world Population was 3,039,451,023
In 2011 it is estimated that 135 million people were born and 57
million died, for an increase in population of 78 million.
At the beginning of the 19 century there were only 12 cities in
the world that had over a million people, in 2013, there is over
500 cities in the world with more than a million people.
World Population Balance
is the statistical study of populations, especially human
beings. encompasses the study of the size, structure, and distribution of
these populations, and spatial or temporal changes in them in response to
birth, migration, ageing, and death.
Modeling Population Growth
Life Expectancy Rates
Population Media Center
Thomas Robert Malthus
was introduced in China between 1978 and 1980 and began to be formally
phased out in 2015.
Human Population Planning
- Birth Control
Mother: Caring for 7 Billion
BBC Horizon - How
Many People Can Live on Planet Earth Sustainably?
How Many People Can
the Earth Support
Jared Diamond: Why Societies Collapse
Civilizations of the Past
The problem isn't so much over population,
though it is a problem in certain areas, the main problem is
education. This world could easily handle 10 billion people, as
long as every person was fully educated that is. But because we
have so many undereducated people at all levels of society, from
the very poor to the very rich, we will always suffer from the
ignorance that comes from having undereducated people. When
people don't have the right knowledge and information that's
needed to make good decisions and good choices, they will
constantly make mistakes and not have the necessary abilities to
solve problems, or even have the ability to see problems that
are right in front of them.
What Happens in One Day on Planet Earth
My parents have seen the world population
triple in their life times from 1900 till 2000. I have seen the
world population double in my lifetime since 1960 till 2015. And if I live
till 2060, I will also see the world population triple
being born today will not see the world population double in
their lifetimes. So is the birth rate slowing down?
Adolescents aged 10–24 years represent
over a quarter of the population (1.8 billion), 89% of whom live
in developing countries. Adolescents aged 10–24 years have the poorest health-care
coverage of any age group. Two-thirds of young people are
growing up in countries where preventable and treatable health
problems like HIV/AIDS, early pregnancy, unsafe sex, depression,
injury, and violence remain a daily threat to their health,
wellbeing, and life chances.
Surfers - Pepper
peoples minds causes more damage then starving peoples physical
self. Death occurs from both afflictions."
If the entire population of earth
stood shoulder to shoulder (2 feet by 2 feet) we would take up
around 862 square miles of land, which is the size of
Midland County, Texas
. There are approximately 57.5 million
square miles of land on earth, which is only 29.2 percent of the
much Farm Land does America need to grow our own Food
"We are the strongest when we are together collectively
, but we
have to be collectively intelligent, because anything less will
result in suffering, war and avoidable deaths, just as it has
been and still is today."
162 Million Females in the U.S.
as of July 2014. The number of males was 157.0 million.
many Single People
One in every five people on earth is
between the ages of 15 and 24
—that's more than 1 billion youth
Most Populated Cities Worldwide Map
Causes of Death - Deaths Per Year - The ways that People Die
36 million deaths each year are caused by
, such as cardiovascular disease,
cancer, diabetes and
chronic lung diseases
. This is almost
two-thirds of the estimated
56 million deaths each year
. (A quarter of these take place before the age of 60) (A non-communicable disease is non-infectious and
non-transmissible among people)
No Body Hardly ever Dies from
Old Age or Natural Causes
, people are being slowly
1 in 4 Deaths Avoidable
List of Preventable Causes of Death
Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of NCDs 2013-2020
69 Million Children under five will die
from preventable causes
and 167 million will suffer poverty over the next
Over 7.5 million children under the age of 5 die from
and mostly preventable diseases, each year.
is a measure of the number of deaths (in
general, or due to a specific cause) in a particular population, scaled to
the size of that population, per unit of time.Living Longer
106 Billion People have lived and
died so far
We have to do more then just make Laws or change laws, we need
In 2008, some 6.7 million people died of infectious diseases
alone, far more than the number killed in the natural or
that make headlines. (These are the
latest figures presented by the World Health Organization.)
More than 3.4 million people die each year from water,
Pollution Kills Too
to death every day. Food
And thousands die every day as a result from a
Some 21,000 children die every day around the world.
20,000 die from
takes the lives of nearly 40,000 Americans every year.
For young people 15-24 years old, suicide is the second leading
cause of death.
Deaths in the United States of
, from Jan 1, 2015 - Dec 25, 2015.
(numbers vary from different sources, so the numbers need to be
12,000 die every year in
Influenza - Pneumonia
Kidney Failure: 41,980
On average in 2012, 92 people were killed on
the roadways of the U.S. each day
, in 30,800 fatal crashes
during the year.
In 2013, 10,076 people were killed in alcohol-impaired driving
crashes, nearly one-third (31%) of all traffic-related deaths.
2015, 35,092 people died on the nation's roadways, an increase of 7.2
percent compared to 2014.
List of Countries by Traffic-Related Death Rate
1.25 million deaths worldwide
in the year
"Since over a million more people die every
year from bad health choices then they die from alcohol-impaired
driving crashes, police should have eating healthy checkpoints
Unintentional Poisoning: 31,177 (World
All Drug Abuse
Overdose and accidental poisonings are up 78 percent over a decade
- pushing aside car crashes as the No. 1 accidental killer in the U.S.
They killed 42,032 people, about 6,000 more than vehicle accidents. Opioid
overdoses killed 13,486 people in 2014, the non-profit safety council
reported.Smoking in Bed:
Murder by Gun
Drowning: 3,843 (World 372,000)
Fire Related: 3,436
Falling Tree: 147
Struck by Lightning: 81
: 1,072,045 ?
Each year, 37m
are severe enough
to seek medical attention, 690, 000 deaths
in 2012 from falling.
Falling out of Bed: 588
Injury Facts 2016 is Your Source for Safety Data
Heart disease: 597,689
Chronic lower respiratory diseases: 138,080
Stroke (cerebrovascular diseases): 129,476
Accidents (unintentional injuries): 120,859
Causes of Death by Rate
Alzheimer's disease: 83,494
Nephritis, nephrotic syndrome, and nephrosis: 50,476
Influenza and Pneumonia: 50,097
Causes of Death by State
data on deaths, death rates, life expectancy, leading causes of
death, and infant mortality for 2011
The # 1
Reason why People Die Early, in each Country
150,000 people will die today.
Risk Factor Study
Even though the total number of deaths
per 1,000 Population
is lower now,
(1900 - 17 deaths per 1,000) (2011 - 8 deaths per 1,000)
there are millions more people dying each year. Yes the
population has increased, but what are the real reasons why more
people are dying now in 2015 then in 1900?
Years of Potential Life Lost
is the statistical study of populations, especially human beings which
encompasses the study of the size, structure, and distribution of these
populations, and spatial or temporal changes in them in response to birth,
migration, ageing, and death. Based on the demographic research of the
earth, earth's population up to the year 2050 and 2100 can be estimated by
demographers. Demographics are quantifiable
characteristics of a given population
Race and Ethnicity in the United States
Demographics of the United States
Last Names by State
Still Living with Parents by State
Demographics of the United States
Population’s Age and Sex Composition 2010
Asian America 2011
5-9 years of age______ 20,348,657 __ 6.5%
10-14 years of age____ 20,677,194 __ 6.7%
15-19 years of age____ 22,040,343 __ 7.1%
5-19_____ 63,066,194 ___ 20.3%
One in every five people on earth is between the ages of 15 and
24—that's more than 1 billion youth worldwide
or crowd watching is the act of
and their interactions, usually without
their knowledge. It involves picking up on idiosyncrasies to try
to guess at another person's story. This includes speech in
action, relationship interactions, body language, expressions,
clothing and activities.
may accompany the activity, though is not
required. For some people it is considered a hobby, but for many
others it is a subconscious activity they partake in everyday
without even realizing.
People watching can be insightful and informative for authors
when writing a book or actors when performing a play. Watching
how other people walk, talk and interact with each other can be
used as inspiration for their characters. It can also inspire
other artistic works such as artwork and photography, or lead to
writing a symphony, movie script or blog post. For others,
people watching is a
fun and relaxing activity.
Careful of Assessments
People watching is not to be confused with naturalistic
observation. Naturalistic observation is used for scientific
purposes. It uses the same techniques as people watching. The
key is to not let anyone know that you are observing him or her.
People are in their natural environment, so there is no pressure
for them to behave a certain way, as they would feel if they
knew they were being studied. Scientists often are fond of this
method because people are acting naturally and not acting how
they are expected to act.
Naturalistic observation is, in contrast to analog observation,
a research tool in which a subject is observed in its natural
habitat without any manipulation by the observer. During
naturalistic observation researchers take great care to avoid
interfering with the behavior they are observing by using
unobtrusive methods. Naturalistic observation involves two main
differences that set it apart
from other forms of data gathering. In the context of a
naturalistic observation the environment is in no way being
manipulated by the observer nor was it created by the observer.
Analog observation is, in contrast to naturalistic observation,
a research tool by which a subject is observed in an artificial
setting. Typically, types of settings in which analog
observation is utilized include clinical offices or research
laboratories, but, by definition, analog observations can be
made in any artificial environment, even if the environment is
one which the subject is likely to encounter naturally. Analog
observation is typically divided into two iteration of
application: The first iteration primarily studies the effect of
manipulation of variables in the subject's environment,
including setting and events, on the subject's behavior. The
second iteration primarily seeks to observe the subject's
behavior in quasi-experimental social situations.
Naturalistic observation as a research tool comes with both
advantages and disadvantages that impact its application. By
merely observing a given instance without any manipulation in
its natural context it makes the behaviors exhibited more
credible because they are occurring in a real typical scenario
as opposed to an artificial one generated within a lab.
Naturalistic observation also allows for study of events that it
is deemed unethical to study via experimental models, such as
the impact of high school shootings on students attending the
Staring and Gawking