Friday, March 8, 2024


Earth's population is approximately 7.8 billion people. For most people, that's a large number, that's all.
However, if you count the world's 7.8 billion people as 100% human, these percentages become clearer.
From 100% of people:
11% are in Europe
5% is in North America
9% - in South America
15% - in Africa
60% are in Asia
49% live in villages.
51% - In cities
12% speak Chinese
5% in Spanish
5% in English
3% speak Arabic
3% in hindi
3% in bengali
3% in Portuguese
2% in Russian
2% in Japanese
62% in their own language
77% have housing
23% have nowhere to live.
21% of people eat in excess
63% can eat as much as they want
15% of the people are malnourished
The daily cost of living for 48% of people is less than $2.
87% of people have clean drinking water
13% either do not have clean drinking water or have access to a contaminated water source.
75% on the mobile phones
25% nu.
30% have internet access
70% do not have internet access
7% received higher studies
93% of people never went to college or university.
83% can read
17% of people are illiterate.
33% are Christians
22% are Muslims.
14% are Hindus
7% are Buddhists
12% - Other Religions
12% have no religious beliefs.
26% live for less than 14 years
66% have died between the ages of 15 and 64.
8% of people over 65 years of age.
If you have a place to stay, eat healthy food and drink clean water, have a mobile phone,
you can travel on the internet and you graduated from a college or university, you're in a small privileged group.
(In the category of less than 7%)
If you are over 65 years old, be content and grateful. Seize life, seize the moment. You didn't leave this world before you turned 65, like 92% of people who have died because of health. Cherish every moment you have left!

Vadim Torgai

September 4th 2023

Wednesday, March 6, 2024

Opinion: Don’t buy into the border bill, no matter how hard Biden tries to sell it
Opinion by Nolan Rappaport, opinion contributor
 • 4h

President Joe Biden is supporting the Senate Border Act of 2024 (Border Act), which he says would “be the toughest and fairest set of reforms to secure the border we’ve ever had in our country.” 

“It would give me, as President, a new emergency authority to shut down the border when it becomes overwhelmed,” he said. “And if given that authority, I would use it the day I sign the bill into law.”

Biden invited former President Donald Trump to join him in lobbying Congress to pass the Border Act, saying, “You know and I know it’s the toughest, most efficient, most effective border security bill this country’s ever seen. So instead of playing politics with the issue, why don’t we just get together and get it done?”

I disagree. The Border Act would have little, if any, impact on the factors that attract illegal immigration to the United States: it’s too easy for migrants without a visa to get into the United States, and they are reasonably safe from deportation once they have reached the interior of the country.

The main reason I can think of for Biden to support that bill is to reduce the negative impact that the border crisis will have on him in the upcoming elections. It makes it possible for him to say that he tried to secure the border with a tough bill — and the Republicans prevented it from passing.