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26 Aug 2005 - 00:24
China's age crisis is shared across Asia, particularly in Japan. Its population of 127.7 million is expected to fall to little more than 100 million by 2050, the study says, barring a rise in fertility rates or an influx of immigrants. Indeed, if fertility and mortality rates from 2001 continue, researchers say, Japan's population would drop to one person by the year 3300.
source: U.S. Birth Rates Remain High
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Oh, that's a riot! Whether the population falls to one person in 3300 or 10000 AD, Japan is still going to be hosed! -- CarolynJohnston - 26 Aug 2005
I saw an estimate on the autism epidemic one time projecting the point at which all U.S. citizens will be autistic! -- CatherineJohnson - 26 Aug 2005