.<quoted text>The theory doesn't have anything to do with the numbers of a population or species. You can't really be this lost can you.
That is a question of ecology.
It's a question of time. Based upon current population growth if I remember correctly we could have started with 2 people in 400 AD and have over 8 billion people by today's growth (doubling every 50 years)
Even if we say we only double every 150 years I think it would only take about 6300 years to reach 8 billion.(Quite a coincidence)
What growth rate would be necessary to go from 2 (or pick a number) 200,000 years ago to 8 billion today to account for the population?
Seems like it would be almost zero. What data do you have to support this?
As a curious side note if we were increasing like the Duggar family it would take less than 750 years to reach 8 billion people.