7 Billion People


The oldest society the world has ever known

Shannon Buckley | 26 October 2011
The Economist has a very good article about the world with 7 billion people in it.

7 Milestones (One for every billion)

Marcus Roberts | 12 October 2011
A few historical milestones as the Earth adds another billion.
 
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