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Will your children live to be 100+?

Written by David Eatock

It is expected that half of all children born in the European Union (EU) since the year 2000 will live to be at least 100 years old. 542 more words


University of Virginia Postdoctoral Fellowship/Lectureship in Global Development Studies

Deadline: May 11

Length: 1 year, possible renewal for a 2nd

Comments: “Seeking a humanistic social scientist, but applicants may specialize in any discipline, including humanities. 109 more words

Multiple Ethnicities

The environment in a world that doesn't age

In my last blogpost, I have discussed the issue of overpopulation in a world where degenerative aging would be eliminated. If overpopulation were to become an issue, it seems obvious that the environment, with problems such as climate change, ecosystem destruction and resource crisis would come about very quickly. 729 more words


One Foot In Front Of The Other Moves You Forward

Hey there lover of blogs and all things word related,

I have had a roller coaster of a week, now much of that has been in my head but whoo, it has been a ride. 404 more words


Over-aged Europe

While politicians continue stepping up their efforts to promote a “Culture of Death”, the dire effects of their policies are making themselves felt: the number of children is steeply declining. 189 more words


Towards a Catholic North America in 2062?

By Anne Goujon, Research Scholar, IIASA World Population Program

Today, Catholics are one of the fastest-growing religious affiliations in North America, because of migration and higher fertility levels—for example, the fertility of Catholic women in the USA is 12% higher than that of the Protestants. 622 more words


Stata: digesting complex Excel files

It’s bee a while since I posted on undertaking data manipulation in Stata. Recently, I had to source some demographic data for Scottish councils. The demographic projections data that I was interested in is provided by the… 337 more words