I was just confused as to why you got that amount of people and why I was getting a different one. And then I noticed we were using slightly different equations. So I took something proven -- the world census data from between 1990 and 2010 (which is twenty years) -- and used it to test your equation to see if it holds. So see I know that 1 + 1 = 2. So since I know that I know that if an equation with 1 + 1 doesn't equal 2 then the equation is faulty. I used proven data to test the equation.
Asked by nothopeless
No. No. No. No. No. 1. This is not “my equation”. IT’S THE MOST WIDELY-ACCEPTED POPULATION GROWTH FORMULA. 2. You did NOT PLUG IN THE CORRECT NUMBERS. THE EQUATION ISN’T FAULTY; YOUR USE OF IT IS. JUST BECAUSE YOU’RE STABBING A FORK INTO YOUR EYE DOESN’T MEAN THE FORK IS BROKEN.
I’m dying. I’m going to die. Somebody help. I’m sorry this is going to be insulting, but you are just too stupid to reason with. I’m done, for mental and medical reasons.