WARNING The following presentation has content that may be offensive to some viewers.If you are Conservative, ...
Welcome to Earth
OUR Earth
World Population “Forever”Grows… There are currently 6.4 billion people on Earth Projected growth:  7 billi...
The Problems Don’t End There…
Unwanted PregnanciesIn the United States: 48% of 6.3 million pregnancies were unintended  Out of those 48%…  ...
80 million unintendedpregnancies occur yearly
The Ongoing Problem Global population increases while available resources decreases Resource wars are already occ...
Add Birth Control to Drinkable Liquids
Add Birth Control to DrinkableLiquids The Goal:  To have all drinkable liquids (water, beverages, juices) ...
Medical Concerns
Medical Formulation What will the formula contain?  A Hybrid of Estrogen/Progestin
Medical Aspects Of the 4 hormonal active ingredients that are commonly used in birth control:  The hormones pr...
Medical Aspects etc… Trace amounts= the minimum amount of hormones required to prevent pregnancy, based on the av...
Unsafe Abortion-A Global ProblemABORTION KILLS4000 A DAY IN THE USA
Economics of Abortion One unsafe abortion for every seven births-WHO Bringing end to abortion clinics  S...
Economics of Foster Care Fewer Foster Care or No Foster Care  30,000 children in 20,000 homes are fostere...
Cost of BC Liquid The cost margin of $1000 to $2000 per child, depending on income Assuming 30 million people pay...
Cost of BC Liquid The operational cost, taking manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of BC as well as the costs...
Other Economic Views Population density declines – just and sustainable economic system  The concept of needin...
 *Half of all U.S. pregnancies are unintentional* To prevent this…
Government Aspects• For regulation: a Birth Control Protection Act will be passed• Birth Control Protection Act- will be ...
Government Aspects etc… This law will enforce the following standards:  A woman may only have 1 child every fi...
Fertility Identification Card(FIDs) Issued to Men and Women when they desire to have 1st child Special IDs will b...
Government Aspects etc… International Birth Control Agency (IBCA)  To oversee that all rules and regulations ...
International Concerns
Global mandate for BC Open discussion of birth control  Contraception advertised and promoted openly ...
Global Business View Business doesnt need more people to prosper, business needs people to prosper more  Wi...
Using the liquid contraceptive will reduce the populationgrowth and will therefore benefit the environment.This attempt to...
Conclusions
Population Control w/ Birth Control
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Population Control w/ Birth Control

Disclaimer: That first slide was included in the actual presentation given, and for a reason. If you get offended easily, navigate elsewhere, as I didn't filter anything. This was a presentation given by my team in the spring of 2006 for International Business. For our final project, our professor wanted each team to come up with a business plan that HAD to be as controversial as possible. After tossing some ideas around, we settled on this simple, yet incendiary concept: What if we created a birth control drug that could be placed in all drinkable liquids - even natural fresh water sources? And apply this drug on a global scale? For the "greater good" of the planet and humanity? Needless to say, once the floor opened to questions, we got yelled at and heckled for about ten minute, with pretty much had the entire class ready to kill all of us. And our professor smiled in the corner and gave us an 'A'. If YOU have any questions about the ideas behind this presentation, feel free to ask - I believe I still remember all the possible answers we gave. =)
Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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Transcripts - Population Control w/ Birth Control

  • 1. WARNING The following presentation has content that may be offensive to some viewers.If you are Conservative, Pro-Life, or don’t want to see nudity, you should leave the room now.
  • 2. Welcome to Earth
  • 3. OUR Earth
  • 4. World Population “Forever”Grows… There are currently 6.4 billion people on Earth Projected growth:  7 billion by 2013  9.1 billion by 2050
  • 5. The Problems Don’t End There…
  • 6. Unwanted PregnanciesIn the United States: 48% of 6.3 million pregnancies were unintended  Out of those 48%…  47% were aborted  13% miscarried  40% were born
  • 7. 80 million unintendedpregnancies occur yearly
  • 8. The Ongoing Problem Global population increases while available resources decreases Resource wars are already occurring – more to follow as necessary resources become limitedWhat can be done to curb our destructive path?
  • 9. Add Birth Control to Drinkable Liquids
  • 10. Add Birth Control to DrinkableLiquids The Goal:  To have all drinkable liquids (water, beverages, juices) laced with trace amounts of birth control (BC) medication, just enough to prevent women from becoming pregnant  To have this plan implemented on a global scale for maximum effectiveness  To regulate global population growth
  • 11. Medical Concerns
  • 12. Medical Formulation What will the formula contain?  A Hybrid of Estrogen/Progestin
  • 13. Medical Aspects Of the 4 hormonal active ingredients that are commonly used in birth control:  The hormones prove to be between 95% - 99.9% effective in preventing pregnancy  Contain few, if any, negative side effects
  • 14. Medical Aspects etc… Trace amounts= the minimum amount of hormones required to prevent pregnancy, based on the average amt of liquids that the average person drinks per day Safe for all ages  Trace amounts in drinks, help to dilute the harshness of hormones
  • 15. Unsafe Abortion-A Global ProblemABORTION KILLS4000 A DAY IN THE USA
  • 16. Economics of Abortion One unsafe abortion for every seven births-WHO Bringing end to abortion clinics  Stopping unwanted pregnancies will eliminate abortions Saving 50% of hospital budgets
  • 17. Economics of Foster Care Fewer Foster Care or No Foster Care  30,000 children in 20,000 homes are fostered every year  It costs $500,000 per year to foster children
  • 18. Cost of BC Liquid The cost margin of $1000 to $2000 per child, depending on income Assuming 30 million people pay for a child worldwide;5 million pay max $2000 and 25 million pay min $1000  5 million X $2000 = $10 Trillion Revenue  25 million X $1000 = $25 Trillion Revenue  Total of $35 Trillion in Revenue
  • 19. Cost of BC Liquid The operational cost, taking manufacturing, marketing, and distribution of BC as well as the costs of labor, machinery, materials, and maintenance:  $1 trillion This leaves a net profit of a ridiculous amount!  $34 trillion
  • 20. Other Economic Views Population density declines – just and sustainable economic system  The concept of needing younger people to support older people will be obsolete  More people = more money taken in for SS than is shelled out
  • 21.  *Half of all U.S. pregnancies are unintentional* To prevent this…
  • 22. Government Aspects• For regulation: a Birth Control Protection Act will be passed• Birth Control Protection Act- will be used to effectively assure that the family size is limited as much as possible
  • 23. Government Aspects etc… This law will enforce the following standards:  A woman may only have 1 child every five years, exception twins/ triplets  Must obtain doctors’ approval for having kids
  • 24. Fertility Identification Card(FIDs) Issued to Men and Women when they desire to have 1st child Special IDs will be used internationally Information will be accessible via barcode
  • 25. Government Aspects etc… International Birth Control Agency (IBCA)  To oversee that all rules and regulations are adhered to  To monitor the economic aspects
  • 26. International Concerns
  • 27. Global mandate for BC Open discussion of birth control  Contraception advertised and promoted openly Mandating use of consistent contraception worldwide Steps to ensure universal Prevalence of Modern Contraceptive Use access to family planning
  • 28. Global Business View Business doesnt need more people to prosper, business needs people to prosper more  With fewer students, class sizes could improve, and capital expenditures for new schools would shrink. Existing schools could get their needed repairs and improvements
  • 29. Using the liquid contraceptive will reduce the populationgrowth and will therefore benefit the environment.This attempt to control human growth may preserveagricultural land and tree farms
  • 30. Conclusions

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