But let us hope that ultimately sanity prevails and science is used more and more for the benefit of mankind. This problem, to me can solved by making visible physical improvements in these inner city areas of Less Developed Countries.
Infact information economy has now placed human capital as main driver of productivity and growth. This imbalance could not go so forever and had to be corrected by nature and correction was very painful. A United Nations report has revealed some startling facts.
According to him, poor themselves were responsible for their misery and destitution because they bred thoughtlessly and there was no justification compelling others to pay for their welfare. Mishra observes that the danger of Malthusian idea is that it diverts attention and resources from other problems and solutions to these problems may not be discovered if our thinking is cast in Malthusian terms.
The average man wants food, clothes, house, education for children, adequate medical help, and proper opportunities for self-development.
I feel that as this requires a lower start-up cost, it is feasible in LDCs, which may have lesser capital. Marx and Engles and their followers subjected it to a thorough autopsy, investigating all its postulates, factual basis and conclusions and policy implications. In the decade, a huge population in the region moved out from slum conditions.
Obviously these schemes failed. This phenomenon has been observed throughout human history. It can do a lot of good to decrease the environmental pollution. The radar of blameworthiness, in my opinion, should never fall on science.
The boons and blessings of science assure us further strengthening of human equality, fraternity and liberty. When you pass the thirty mark and you have responsibilities, you have family, you don't plunge into challenges that enrisk that you would have otherwise taken at an early age.
There were several factors, which facilitated a warm reception to the book in It has helped us to conquer space and time. Today he virtually rules the world. Because such settlements are often illegal, the residents will not put in much effort to build themselves a proper home, because they know that they will be evicted.
They have the added advantage, as the source of attack can remain hidden and unidentified to a great extent. Thanks to science we are plunging headlong into an era of nuclear wars.
Without technological changes, the rapid rise in human population would not have been possible. The subject matter of the book is very topical and it will be useful to general reader, students and researchers interested in economic history, population studies and development issues.
There is no ground to think that foodgrains production will not go up in future. The idea of population as an asset rather than burden has gained currency with knowledge based industries such as IT, telecom, and BT. That is why peace lovers blame science as a curse.
It is common knowledge that East Asian governments had encouraged smaller families and promoted idea of smaller population. Curiously e,nough, some of the best scientific-brains have devoted themselves to the invention of increasingly improved weapons of death and destruction.
It has given us many dangerous and destructive weapons like atom and hydrogen bombs and missiles. In the Asian continent, the phenomenon of urbanisation is particularly striking.
At bottom, therefore, the problem of science is a moral problem. May 27, · India has a density population of around people per square kilometer. And Australia comes in at about 3 people per square kilometer.
This indicates that Australia has a potential for growth and influx of residents to be a part of the working economy. Jul 04, · Population scientists and demographic experts have made mockery in past of India ’s (and China ’s) massive population.
It is common knowledge that East Asian governments had encouraged smaller families and promoted idea of smaller population. Do you regard population growth as a boon or a bane?
Some Namibian economists came out in support of the positive correlation between high population growth and a high per capita growth.
Technology: Boon or Bane? Day by day, technology advances only to deteriorate the health of those who use it. In the past years, scientists have spoon-fed people of all ages with attractive gadgets. Sep 01, · Overpopulation: Boon or Bane? This article that I stumbled upon some weeks ago is now over 10 years old.
It doesn't contain any brand new information, but it is pretty insightful and informative in it's own way. Vocational skilling, a boon or bane Apr 25, by EP Staff in EP Special. A degree may help you start your career, but it is only skills that will build your career.
by Neeti Sharma. A healthy economy is one with enough employment opportunities and enough skilled job seekers.
65% of India’s population is in the working age group, however.Population a boon or bane