tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-26204193.post3803282275608761148..comments2021-05-07T20:13:31.361-07:00Comments on Genea-Musings: Do living people outnumber the dead?Randy Seaverhttp://www.blogger.com/profile/17477703429102065294noreply@blogger.comBlogger2125tag:blogger.com,1999:blog-26204193.post-40936710250116992262008-04-02T23:12:00.000-07:002008-04-02T23:12:00.000-07:00If anybody believes in systematic re-incarnation, ...If anybody believes in systematic re-incarnation, a quick calculation for the end of our today's world" could be made with three variables:<BR/>i)number of systematic reincarnations (i.e. 12 or 13 for many);<BR/>ii)number of people that will exist when the world population stabilizes (expected to happen around A.D. 2200 at 10 Billion inhabitants);<BR/>iii) number of people that died until now (i.e. say around 105 Billion people).<BR/><BR/>You can easily say that the number of stabilization is the total number of existing "karma"s.<BR/><BR/>Say, if there are 12 reincarnations (worst case as far as i am informed - and i can be wrong on this information), then the system has to finish when the total number of 120 Billion dead people are reached.<BR/><BR/>If today, we have approx<BR/>l05 million total dead people by 2007, it means 15 Billion more have to die for "system" finalization.<BR/><BR/>My worst case calculation is:<BR/>at least 125 years from 2007 --> 2132 is the approx. date of "dooms day".<BR/><BR/>If number of reincarnations are systematically 13 for all karmas (seems more logical to me as the "dooms day" date would pass the expected population stabilization date of 2200); then the approx "game over" date is in the range of 3.5 generations<BR/>from 2007 arriving at approx year of 2240 (worst case).<BR/><BR/>What good is it to know "the date" ? Perhaps, your great grand children might plan their pension funds more carefully. Moreover, with this info, perhaps your "Evangelist neo-cons" would leave the world in peace until 2200s, giving at least "our generation" time to develop a more rational, sustainable, humane and "up-lifting" global system. Who knows ?<BR/><BR/>Regards,<BR/><BR/>ERDEMnaci erdemhttps://www.blogger.com/profile/09857596054814950227noreply@blogger.comtag:blogger.com,1999:blog-26204193.post-34633312568236041952007-09-27T08:21:00.000-07:002007-09-27T08:21:00.000-07:00Randy,I boggle at not only the numbers, but the ra...Randy,<BR/><BR/>I boggle at not only the numbers, but the rationale used to determine how many people have (lived and then) died. If we truly had a way to know the exact number of people who have lived and died, what amazing insight would it give us? How could we use those numbers to improve our world?<BR/><BR/>And so, while reading these articles, I was strangely reminded of the old joke told at a cemetery: <BR/><BR/>“How many dead people are in there?” <BR/><BR/>The answer: “All of them.” <BR/><BR/>JaniceJanicehttps://www.blogger.com/profile/17476918537317701594noreply@blogger.com