Where Did All the People Come From?

In 2011, the United Nations reported a world population of 7 billion. How long did it take for this many humans to be born? Evolutionists proclaim an ages-long history where the human population didn’t grow at all for millions of years but suddenly and recently exploded only thousands of years ago. Is this claim backed up by real science? How can we know for sure?

 

Other episodes in this series:

Rocks, Ice Cores, and Bill Nye

Stretchy Dinosaur Soft Tissue

Mutation Rates Debunk Human Evolution Story

Saturn, Enceladus, and Blue Stars

                  
 

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