Elon Musk wants people to have more sex so that civilization does not collapse

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Civilization as we know it will “collapse” if people don’t start having more children. Elon Musk thinks so.

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“I think one of the biggest risks to civilization is low fertility and rapidly declining fertility,” Tesla CEO said during the conference. Wall street journal The Annual Board of CEOs reported on Monday New york post

“And yet so many people, including smart people, think there are too many people in the world and think that the population is spiraling out of control,” Musk continued.

“Quite the opposite,” added the father of six. “Please look at the numbers – if people don’t have more children, civilization will collapse, mark my words.”

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Musk’s statement came after being asked how his Tesla Bot, which has yet to be released, can solve labor issues. mail

According to the billionaire, the Tesla Bot could eventually become a “one-stop substitute for human labor” and could become increasingly critical to business if human labor shrinks.

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This is not the first time Musk has warned of declining global fertility.

He retweeted an article from Wall street journal Earlier this year, under the headline “US Population Growth, An Economic Factor That Is Stopping,” it was written: “Population collapse is potentially the greatest risk to the future of civilization.”

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In 2017, Musk responded to New scientist An article that explores whether the demographic bomb may soon go off and what the future has to offer: “The world’s population is accelerating towards collapse, but few seem to notice or care.”

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According to the data, the global average fertility rate has fallen in half over the past 50 years, from five children per woman in 1968 to 2.5 in 2017. Our world in data

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