Statisticians need better quality data than your Facebook 'likes.'
Quite a town we've got here.
When you've got one Earth and an unending boom in population growth, the gravitational pull of the world's economic and population centers will continue to drag rural dwellers in.
There's still plenty wrong with the ever-more acidic, ever more plastic-filled sea, but it appears that great white sharks are doing okay.
An Americana tour of the towns you could replace with shutdown-rendered stay-at-home government workers.
Behold the future of a crowded, climate-changed earth, rendered in purple lines.
And we're a long way off from doubling the amount of food we produce.
In the words of the report authors, the "outlook is grim."
The revision is based upon higher-than-expected fertility levels in a number of high-growth countries.
Is this map of 50 new, equally populated states the solution for political gerrymandering?