How Big Would a City Have to Be to Fit 7.4 Billion People?

Gives a good understanding of just how crammed some places already are

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Thu, Sep 29th, 2016 11:00 by capnasty NEWS

In this video, Real Life Lore looks at how a city would look like — depending on its density — if it had every single person alive today living in it.

What if everybody in the world, all 7.4 billion of us all lived together in the same city? How big or small would this city have to be and how close together or far apart would we all be living from each other? This video explores those concepts and visualizes what a massive global city would look like were it to ever exist in the real world.

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