25 Good Things Happening in the World that Few People Know About

March 26, 2016
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Comments (13)
  1. Ace says:

    lies. LIES!

    1. Admin says:

      But it crashed in 2009. I am talking about this present decade 2010s to present.

  2. Emperor of Mankind says:

    Only Cynics believe the world is wrong. We live in the greatest point in history!!!

    1. jo archer says:

      So far…

  3. Anon says:

    #1 – Soooo, evolution is a mystery apparently.

  4. Valannin says:

    This article seems to labor under the impression that increases longevity, birthrate, and population, particularly in the 3rd World, is a ‘good thing’.

    It’s not.

    1. Quint says:

      It is. What are you talking about

      1. Kit Tona says:

        I suspect what that person is talking about is some kind of racist nonsense about increasing populations in the third world equalling too many poor dark-skinned people for their liking therefore they should be left to rot and die where possible, especially the babies, pregnant women, the disabled and the elderly.
        Sounds like the kind of fool who doesn’t understand that improving birth outcomes and child health REDUCES population numbers due to the falling need to have a whole bunch of kids in the hope enough of them will survive to one day look after the disabled and the elderly. As one example.
        When the information gets a little more complex than A=B+C, or becomes counter-intuitive, a lot of people run and hide in the “common sense” tent squawking because they don’t understand the data, and they’re given shelter by political nutjobs who thrive on other peoples’ confusion.
        We’re yet to discover a vaccine for fools, arseholery or racism.

        1. Intelligencia Astro says:

          You’re absolutely wrong. Rutting habits in the third world haven’t changed at all despite plunging infant mortality rates.

  5. Starlight says:

    I like this section, these are awesome.

  6. PZ says:

    Thank you for this, I really needed to read something positive today!

  7. TRUTH says:

    KIT TONA (above) is just plain wrong.

    “improving birth outcomes and child health REDUCES population numbers due to the falling need to have a whole bunch of kids in the hope enough of them will survive to one day look after the disabled and the elderly.”

    Rutting habits in the third world haven’t changed despite infant mortality plunging. The problem is still very much a cultural one. Do some research.

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