A World with More Men than Women
The idea might seem quite appealing to some men, especially those who have unprocessed overriding issues to deal with, however the likelihood of that happening, even in the short term seems to be the findings of scientists at the Helmholtz Zentrum München, Germany. They analyzed data on population U.S. and 39 European countries for the period 1975 to 2007, and found that this is in fact a trend.
As women live longer than men, and men tend to die as a result of their competitive nature through wars etc., one would know that this is in fact quite an unnatural trend.
If the disaster at Fukushima Daiichi has not served as a big enough warning as to the dangers of nuclear power, for whatever seemingly justified reason, then the effect of nuclear radiation on populations should supple a genuine justified reason against nuclear power.
When nuclear power incidents occur, the effect is not just local, but global by the very nature of the shared air we breathe and the shores we share. There were more boys than girls born in the period 1964- 1975, which can be pin pointed to the atomic bomb tests that were common in the 1960s and the 1970s. This change in births rates for boys and girls happened again after the 1986 Chernobyl disaster, and is expected to occur again after the Fukushima disaster. This is because the X chromosome in the sperm is damaged by the radiation.
A world with more men than women, would definitely free up the labour market a little for men who resent women going out to work, but it would also provide greater opportunity for more competitiveness in policy decisions, as the quality of collective bargaining is great in women than in men. Also the trait of nurturing and family commitment is greater in women than in men, affecting the stability of the family, and human relations in general. Men would have less women to chose from within their generation, and have a tendency to hold back instead of share. Men in positions of power would have freer rein to do as they please, which explain the order of things in the world today when it comes to trade, industry and governance., basically we would have the world we have today: more self interested, divisive, narrow minded, and dysfunctional with the help of more women thinking like men, or obsessed with presenting to men what they believe men want!
Then of course there is the children… there might be a rush on adopting previously forsaken female orphans who will suffer the experience of being baby factories – this of course is in order to avoid a dwindling population, who after all represent fuel for the international elite, and the means by which multinational corporations increase their profit margins at a dramatic rate whilst increasing the prices of all commodities to the extent that consumers can no longer afford to buy them. As fewer children are born into the world, then the multinational corporations will have a more manageable population, a smaller workforce, and a loss of income,anf might be forced to do the work themselves – what goes round comes round!
Source: “Nuclear Age Has Led To Millions Of Fewer Baby Girls Being Born.” http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1394553/Is-U-S-heading-baby-boy-boom-Japan-disaster-Study-finds-nuclear-radiation-results-millions-fewer-female-births-worldwide.html