Elon Musk warns, less children are being born on earth, people will not meet for Mars

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Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX companies, has given a serious warning to the world. Musk said that the population on Earth is decreasing very fast and if the situation continues like this, then humans will be less for Mars. Musk, the world’s richest man, advised people to have as many children as possible. He said that we should be more concerned about the sudden drop in population. Elon Musk also took out his anger on the United Nations by tweeting one after the other. He said that if there are not enough humans for the earth itself, then surely they will not be enough for the planet Mars either. Tesla’s CEO said that even the UN’s estimate is foolish. Multiply life expectancy by the number of children born last year. Child birth rates are declining. If not changed then this is a great example.

‘In the future only 68 million people will survive in Japan’
Citing the birth rate of Japan’s children, Elon Musk said that last year 8 million babies were born in Japan and the life expectancy was 85 years which is very high. If we multiply both, only 68 million people will be left in Japan in the future, whereas at present the population of Japan is 12.60 lakhs. Elon Musk has given this warning at a time when there are reports that a large number of people in the world are deciding not to have children. These people are doing so because of climate change, inequality and financial concerns. Meanwhile, the population growth rate in America has reached the lowest level since the start of the Corona epidemic. Immigration has come to a halt because of the pandemic, women are delaying conceiving. At the same time, thousands of people have died due to the epidemic. Between July 2020 and July 2021, the population of America has increased by only 0.1 percent or 392,665. At the same time, in China too, there has been a significant decline in the birth of children during this period of epidemic.

[Attribution to NBT]

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