Archive for the ‘Asian’ Category
An interesting couple of documentaries by the bbc about the changing population of the world with two extreme examples, the massive population decline in Japan and the massive increase in the Philippines. Two different countries at the two different ends of the economic boom.
Statistics trending both ways, as Japan declines and the older generation are too many for the working generation to support (much like what’s happening in NZ) and in the Philippines where it’s the other way around.
Watching the documentary, you can see, that what happened with the boomers in Japan and how its effected the country, will happen to the Philippines or any growing economy. India and China no doubt will be no different.
The third documentary is the statistic one, really interesting to see the world as a whole population wise.
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Is this the world we live in nowdays ?
You have to see this. to think that the work is becoming more and more artificial
as modern medical science turns a person into someone they are not, what will become of their children.
Genetics can’t be changed (yet), so if you look “ugly” and get modified to look “Kawii”. and you have a kid, that kid will be a reflection of your genetic self, what then? send them off to get modified ?? you’ll never change the genetic marker.. so I guess the industry knows it will have a never ending line of customers.