Frosty Wooldridge: Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation, Part 4

In today’s show originally broadcast on February 16 2017, TBR Radio’s Andrew Carrington Hitchcock interviews Frosty Wooldridge, to continue our series entitled, “The Environmental Effects Of Overpopulation Worldwide.”

Did you know that gridlocked traffic causes more deaths, more tension, more suffering and more emotional misery than yet understood. It defeats the human spirit with endless failure of the ability to move forward. You can be killed or maimed at any moment by another automobile. Drivers fume in their seats while their cars fume-up the biosphere. Gridlocked traffic worsens by the year as humanity grows its collective population by 80 million annually. Gridlocked traffic can never be solved as long as humans refuse to address the root cause of the problem.

According to the USA National Highway Traffic Administration, car accidents occur every minute of the day. Motor vehicle accidents occur in any part of the world every 60 seconds. And if it’s all summed up in a yearly basis, there are 5.25 million driving accidents that take place annually in the USA. Statistics show that each year, 43,000 or more of the United States’ population die due to vehicular accidents and around 2.9 million people end up suffering light or severe injuries.

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