Damnit .... 200 million people had sex yeterday, and I wasn't one of them. What a gipQ: Do we have to stop having sex?
Sex is the way most babies are started, but is sexual intercourse really the primary cause of human reproduction? Let's consider the statistics:
The World Health Organization estimates that 100 million couples engage in sexual intercourse on an average day, which is only 3.3% of the world's six billion humans. This pitifully low amount of love-making results in around 910,000 pregnancies, thanks in part to contraceptives and sterility. For a variety of reasons, 55% of these zygotes don't make it through fetushood to live birth. According to a current U.S. Census Bureau estimate, 359,000 do make it daily.
So, less than 0.4% of each day's heterosexual trysts result in the creation of new humans -- a statistically insignificant correlation for proving causation. In fact, it rounds to zero.
From the others that have..or, in an cyberpunk future, we clone them.rawrj said:but then where do we get the next generation of hot woman from ??? then think about this, what if you parents beileved in this, then you wouldnt be born, then you wouldnt have posted, so no one would be thinking about it, any way i disagree with that kind of stuff, cuase you just pretty much say no to three letter word starting with s and finishes with x,
jsut my 2 cents