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Future Humans: How Many Of Us Will There Be?

Over half of the 7.5 billion humans on Earth live in just seven countries. What will the planet's population picture look like in 2100?
Astronauts thinking deep thoughts. Source: John Poole and Malaka Gharib

Planet Earth is a vast place, with humans scattered all over it.

But how we're distributed is far from even. About half of the planet's 7.5 billion

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