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Also these consequences may be by no means neglected or only one-sided positively perceived political or emotional reasons. The other forms of energy generation, which are still in the research or even only exist as an idea and thus have found non-application, can therefore do not provide realistic data, and even then they are subject to the same criteria as the existing energy sources and technologies. So the question arises again because of unprecedented demand for energy, according to more than ever. A need for energy, which inevitably will be current forecast for the growth of the world’s population with its continuous increase. The equation can be set up so as easy as short: more people need more energy so this equation is to have so much energy at least as currently and constantly more produced, because there will be ever more people, if they are used in the calculation once the next forty years. With today’s energy resources and We have as you know already serious problems sources and appropriate technologies.

Some other sources are in addition to definitive exhaustion of energy sources such as oil, quite coinciding with the already mentioned nine billion mark by 2050, with their technologies, such as nuclear energy, no longer to use recommended and therefore their share will be reduced is expected, as for example the project shows the Federal Government for nuclear power in the near future. By these facts alone, the world population would be also without to provide growth (hypothetically assuming) not completely. Now another question logically arises: equivalent is possible energy available to the world population growth, without the necessary for the people place to live (the Earth) more and more foundations to withdraw and to endanger all life even more? The previous answer to this question is demonstrably no. We can of course continue the chosen path and if necessary, improve existing technologies and develop new with the aim of (rather hoping) to find a positive or a positive response.