Before the conquest, there were 25 billion
Before the conquest, there were 25 billion
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One of the most scandalous topics of official "science" is the problem with the population of the planet, which no one really knows. According to data published in "encyclopedias", 7.6 billion people live on Earth at the moment, but this figure cannot be verified.

It is believed that there are many more people on the planet, and these 7 billion are hiding in China alone.

It is believed that there are much fewer people on the planet, fewer, not several times, but even orders of magnitude (ATTENTION: there is obscene language in the video), while the real balance of the number of countries is terribly hidden.

There is also an opinion that about 90% of the world's population (if not all 99%) are biorobots in general, and our planet is, as it were, an attraction like the World of the Wild West. Moreover, this opinion was expressed by very many people long before the appearance of the series of the same name and the creativity of Mr. Tyunyaev.

We will not delve into this jungle now, dwelling only on the population of past eras. The officials drew us the following numbers on this score:

There were 25 billion people on Earth before social parasites conquered the planet

They drew billions vertically, millennia horizontally. According to the figure, in the days of Ancient Egypt, the planet was as deserted as the Moon, so looking at the graph, even children ask the question: "Who then built the pyramids?" Officials from anthropology and statistics are very easy to get out: they shrug their shoulders and redirect them to Egyptologists, who continue to tell tales.

However, in addition to Egypt, which is inexplicable by science, in the world there is still such an interesting city as Paris, under which it is not clear who built catacombs with a total length 300 kilometers… The length there, of course, is orders of magnitude greater, since the structure multilevel, in the lower part of which tourists are not allowed, because there are huge, wide, stone-paved corridors leading from Paris to other cities in France and Europe.

But let's not argue either: three hundred so three hundred, at least 150, in this context it is not so important. What matters here is that the dungeons of Paris from floor to ceiling stuffed with human bonesofficially counted as "6 million skeletons."

There were 25 billion people on Earth before social parasites conquered the planet

According to the official explanation for the appearance of these bones around 1780, Paris was once again submerged by the flooded Seine, destroying the local cemetery and throwing the corpses onto the city's pavements. Then the wise king Louis XVI issued a decree to scoop out all the dead from the cemetery and put them in the catacombs of the city.

The nonsense of academicians about how many people lived in Paris in 1780, we always had no time to watch, but at one time, many years ago, we looked at the contour maps of the area of ​​the 1720 model, on which the city plan is detailed:

There were 25 billion people on Earth before social parasites conquered the planet

In a modern metropolis, where people live either on each other's heads or in towers stretching far into the sky, the population density is about 10,000 (USA) - 30,000 (China) people per square kilometer. Since there were no Empire State Buildings in Paris of 1720, the population density there had to be of the order of the density in a modern European town with a population of 50,000. People live there with a density of 2,000 to 4,000 people per square kilometer. Based on these considerations and the size of the contour map, the population of Paris in 1720 was about 10-20,000 people. That's rough. Mr. well_p five years ago made a more accurate estimate, he got 12,000 people. Hence the question arises: where did the six million?

Quarries of Lutetia (that is, Paris) - this is only one, most likely familiar to our readers, an example of the discrepancy between real statistics and scientific fiction.However, there are much more shocking examples that are no longer known to anyone.

Back in 2013, when Google Earth had just begun to work normally, millions of people rushed to look at all sorts of interesting places on the maps. Among them was Mr. Gary Schoenung, who found artifact structures very incomprehensible to the uninitiated in South Africa:

However, unlike many YouTubers, who look out for star fortresses and traces of thermonuclear explosions on Google maps, Mr. Gary Schoenung turned out to be a certified enlightened adept from agriculture. With the trained eye of a specialist, he immediately saw in this system a colossal irrigation complex, about which he made simple mathematical calculations:

The entire complex covers an area approximately equal to the state of Arizona in the United States. The system is about 350 miles wide and about 300 miles long, at least for the remnants that are still visible. This system represents approximately 67 million acres of sustainable agriculture. Given the complexity of the design, it is likely that the system was feeding at least 90 people per acre on an annual basis. Moreover, the system could technically support sustainable aquaculture (i.e. marine farming).

I have no reason to suspect that this is not the case. Given the size and scale of this complex, (the canals are about 1 mile apart on average) and collectively are approximately 350 X 300 miles in a rough rectangular format. (At least the observable parts). The complex may have actually been much larger, but it is now approximately 105,000 square miles.

There were 25 billion people on Earth before social parasites conquered the planet

One square mile = 27,878,400 sq. feet or 640 acres, so the entire complex had a stable production area (640 acres x 105,000 square miles) or more than 67,200,000 acres (67 million acres). One linear mile of the canal had 47,520,000 cubic feet of water per linear mile. Multiplying this by the number of canals of the structure, we get 5 trillion cubic feet of water in the canals, which is simply excessive for irrigating this area. Therefore, it is quite possible that the system was used not only for irrigation, but also for the production of marine food, which increases its productivity at least twice.

However, even if we do not take into account the possibility of parallel irrigation of aquaculture, we will calculate the yield of agricultural crops from this area. They vary widely depending on management and crop choices, but the minimum figure can provide an annual diet of anywhere from 60 to 120 people per acre. Since the area (visible remnants) of the system is 67 million acres, the complex itself produced the amount of food needed to feed throughout the year 5 billion people.

Here is such a simple statistic, so it is not at all surprising that a scientific discovery is trumpeted from morning to evening on TV. We don't even ask a stupid question about who built and processed all this. More important question: Whom did this system feed? How many people were there on planet Earth? Was this system one? If there were several systems, then what was the population of the Earth at that time?

Although, even 5 billion is enough to ask the question: and where did they go? The answer is simple and there is only one. Most likely, on the territory where the Sahara Desert is today, there was a huge metropolis, where, if not 5 billion, then a considerable part of them lived. What remains of this city today is what geologists call Galb Er-Rishatalso known as Eye of the Sahara and a trail of impact, visible even from space, by some very powerful weapon, which left a crater 40 kilometers in diameter:

There were 25 billion people on Earth before social parasites conquered the planet

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A similar fate befell a number of other cities on the continent, since Africa is full of obvious traces of thermonuclear explosions.Therefore, the 5 billion people who were fed by the irrigation canals built in South Africa were simply killed by some invaders.

If the developed civilization that existed on Earth was able to build an irrigation network in South Africa, which is beyond the power of modern builders, it is very unlikely that these people did not know anything about America and Eurasia. That is, they also lived on other continents.

It is also unlikely that an advanced civilization produced food only in Africa and delivered it all over the planet, it is costly and inconvenient. Most of all, food was produced on every continent and the irrigation system in South Africa met the needs of only this continent, although most likely even only part of them. But if we assume that similar systems were in the Americas, were in Eurasia and in Australia, then we can roughly estimate how many people lived on the entire planet based on the population density of Africa.

Apparently, at least 5 billion people lived on the African continent. Moreover, Africa accounts for 20% of the land surface. Consequently, the total population of the Earth before the Conquest was about 25 billion people.

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