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Alexa Lawson

Alexa Lawson

  • I find this very interesting and we’ve been talking about fertility rates recently in my AP Human Geography class. A lot more countries are getting into stage 3 in what’s called the Demographic Transition Model. A lot more countries are becoming more developed which means women in some countries are

    I find this very interesting and we’ve been talking about fertility rates recently in my AP Human Geography class. A lot more countries are getting into stage 3 in what’s called the Demographic Transition Model. A lot more countries are becoming more developed which means women in some countries are having more rights and are now more enveloped in a job and/or education which pushes off having a kid at a later time. In less developed countries, or countries where women still barely have any rights and stay at home to take care of things, women have nothing else to do so they have children which is why they have so many in more poor countries. But I do question: Why developed countries want MORE people when the planet is already so over populated. We would a whole half of another Earth to sustain us with resources.

  • I wouldn’t be surprised. We know so little about our universe to say we are the only ones in this vast space. There was a slim chance of our intelligent life existing so who knows what other life is out there. If we knew about interior life out there, wouldn’t we also send out a satellite to watch it? I think we would

  • What I find interesting about this is that I expected more women to run for president because Hillary tried. That’s going to be really neat to see and I hope we get a female president in 2020 just for a change