Re: Some statistics...

Patrick Salsbury wrote:

> This is from my friend, Karyne. She's an anthropologist based out of Albany, NY.
> >>>>If we shrank the Earth's population to a village of 100 people, preserving
> >>>>all existing human ratios, we'd have: 57 Asians, 21 Europeans, 14 from
> >>>>North and South America, and 8 Africans. Seventy would be non-white, 70
> >>>>non-Christian. Half of the world's wealth would be in the hands of six
> >>>>people, all U.S. citizens. Only 30 people would be able to read, half
> >>>>would suffer from malnutrition, and 80 would live in substandard housing.
> >>>>Only one person would have a college education.

Would the 6 wealthy people be healthy white Christians able to read?

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