Jordan Peterson – Population Collapse Is Coming
By Chris Williamson
Jordan Peterson responds to Elon Musk’s population collapse prediction. What is the global population doing? Does Jordan Peterson think there are too many people on the earth? Are Elon Musk’s population collapse and population decline predictions going to happen?
Here’s what others had to say:
Nothing abnormal about this , it’s nature at its best . We as humans can’t seem to get a grasp we are part of nature .
If medical technology improves further, leading to human life expectancy increasing along with improved AI and automation. This population problem Musk and Peterson are talking about won’t be nearly as catastrophic as they’re saying.
I think this is the first time I’ve ever seen a stance by Jordan Peterson that I feel like I sit on the opposing side of the debate.
I grew up w/ my granparents who were married shortly before the Great Depression. They raised 5 kids and then took on my brother and I. Gram would put on a pot of coffee after Church on Sunday, because someone would usually come to visit. There was a type of connection and ease with family and friends that is sadly lacking today. We’ve lost more than we’ve gained. My Wife and I also have 5 kids, but we have to work all the time. Families are being squeezed too hard.
This is graduate level education. I’ve read all these works and forgotten most of it Thank you
“What happens to a population when corporate greed is its driving factor” The mess we’re in now👍
Clearly this guy has never sat in an LA traffic jam if he thinks there’s not enough people. Lol
I’ve been saying this for over a decade; America gives no thought whatsoever to long term sustainability.
You can’t demand 90% of people’s time be spent at work and expect them to be getting enough sleep much less be having kids.
Well human population growth has to stop “somewhere”. We couldn’t possibly stay on the trajectory of the past 50 years for any real length of time; before long there’d be 50 billion people, then 100 billion. So we might as well figure out right now how to deal with a future of growth in some areas, decline in others.