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May 19, 2005

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Tom Craver

Currently it appears that as nations become developed, population growth slows. Some of this is lack of need for children to feed you when you get old, a lot of it is women having alternatives to marriage, and having fewer kids, later.

Will this still apply if MNT eventually eliminates work specialization, and people leave the cities to go collect free solar energy? Will that take us back to fast population growth? Even a low growth rate, combined with greatly enhanced life spans, could cause population to climb to the limits of the ecology - which is probably the limits of solar power collection.

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