In times past, nature enforced ZPG in another way:nthrough "crowd diseases," the mortality rate of which risesnwith increased crowding. Tuberculosis, typhus, and thendysenteries are good examples. Until about three centuriesnago overpopulation was corrected spasmodically by onendisease or another sweeping through a region. In the GreatnPlague of the mid-14th . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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