Applied Technotopia

We scan the digital environment to examine the leading trends in emerging technology today to know more about future.



We have added a few indices around the site. Though we look to the future, we need to keep an eye on the present as well:

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Posts tagged "Population"

A graphic look at the aging of the US population.

shortformblog:

pewresearch:

As Business Insider put it, “Watch America age 110 years in one gif.”

See more on the demographic transformation of The Next America here

Anyone else find it intriguing that there will be more people over the age of 85 in 2060 than there will be people in their late 70s?

(via washingtonpost)

An interesting look at global population changes in various countries by 2050.

pewresearch:

Population losers: The populations ofJapan, Russia and Germany are expected to decrease by more than 10% by 2050. For Japan, this means a loss of 19 million residents; for Russia, 23 million; and for Germany, 10 million.

The worlds population concentration graphically shown.

(via thatscienceguy)

A look at the world´s population averaged out to a 100 people.

dreamcitieskenya:

Demographic information about our world population via Olive Ventures http://bit.ly/11XjvcI

(via thisbigcity)

A graphic look at the global population, show in the context of 100 people (Well, really just in percentage terms).

marchingstars:

If the world were a village of 100 people…

(via climate-changing)

Population: A look at just how many people have ever been born.

jtotheizzoe:

How many people have ever been born? You’ve wondered this.

No matter how down you feel sometimes, take solace in the fact that you are one of the lucky 6.5% (or really a bit more, since this only goes through 2011) of people who are still alive.

(via abcstarstuff)

Population: A very interesting graph showing world population by longitude and latitude.

wonder-fullmusings:

this is weirdly fascinating to me.

(via abcstarstuff)