AZN

Toronto, Canada

#52 Nov 3, 2012
blitz123 wrote:
<quoted text>
oh,i can sense heat waves here azn,u need to cool of man,i have no quarrel withu,i havent abused u in any of my earlier posts dint,I
and i wont post false reports,it was given in cnn and aljazeera,evenrueters group confirmed that,besides it just beat china for one quarter,so dont get so mad
and no i dont boast and i dont show off,nor do most of the indians,it is so unfair on ur part to judge us so quickly,ours is a complex race,too complex for the likes of u to understand,there r people of different temparements and characters,thats why india is called as a unity in diversity,
You are inconsistent with your arguments.

First you say India grew faster than China for the whole of 2010. Now you say it was just for one quarter.

Inconsistent feedbacks have questionable veracity.

BTW, the reason why I post the way I do, is because there are plenty of Indian trolls who abuse and insult Chinese.

“CCP Troll”

Since: Nov 08

Hebei, China

#53 Nov 3, 2012
AZN wrote:
<quoted text>You are inconsistent with your arguments.
First you say India grew faster than China for the whole of 2010. Now you say it was just for one quarter.
Inconsistent feedbacks have questionable veracity.
BTW, the reason why I post the way I do, is because there are plenty of Indian trolls who abuse and insult Chinese.
I need to correct you. Sorry. You opening should be; "You are lying with your...." "inconsistent" is a little too PC. Turdskins don't argue, they "construct"!

Free southern Tibet!
AZN

Toronto, Canada

#54 Nov 3, 2012
uncle fargo wrote:
<quoted text>I need to correct you. Sorry. You opening should be; "You are lying with your...." "inconsistent" is a little too PC. Turdskins don't argue, they "construct"!
Free southern Tibet!
Yup, that did cross my mind.

But since the guy was mostly polite in his posts. I didn't want to be too aggressive with him.

“CCP Troll”

Since: Nov 08

Hebei, China

#55 Nov 3, 2012
AZN wrote:
<quoted text>Yup, that did cross my mind.
But since the guy was mostly polite in his posts. I didn't want to be too aggressive with him.
Soft lies rather than rough truth. We know what most people prefer. An old man once said. "Sweet words are not always true. True words not always sweet." (It could have been a young man! You know will who I mean. I don't think he was a Turdskin.)
blitz123

Chennai, India

#56 Nov 4, 2012
uncle fargo wrote:
<quoted text>Soft lies rather than rough truth. We know what most people prefer. An old man once said. "Sweet words are not always true. True words not always sweet." (It could have been a young man! You know will who I mean. I don't think he was a Turdskin.)
u r wrong uncle fargo, i always want to make friends with anybody and hence i always be plite,so u can trust me, and i like ur piece of advice
blitz123

Chennai, India

#57 Nov 4, 2012
AZN wrote:
<quoted text>You are inconsistent with your arguments.
First you say India grew faster than China for the whole of 2010. Now you say it was just for one quarter.
Inconsistent feedbacks have questionable veracity.
BTW, the reason why I post the way I do, is because there are plenty of Indian trolls who abuse and insult Chinese.
i had always said that it surpassed china for one quarter only,maybe i would have misinterpreted somewhere or u must have misunderstood something,india has no quarrel with china,we r all asians,so we must forever be friends,i dont care about our previous enmity,but in future there will be a peaceful asia

and those indians r not true indians,for they insult their chinese neighbours,

but sometimes i think u chinese people also go way too aggressive,indian people r nice buddy(of course every nation has its share of good and bad)
and where d u live,toronto,eh there r a lot of polite indians there,make friends with the most nicest ,be it gal or guy and u will know,bye!!!
World Economy

Torrance, CA

#58 Nov 4, 2012
United States GDP (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 4% to 10%
Land 3% to 15%
Food Production 5% to 20%
Electricity 5% to 25%
Tech 3% to 15%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 5% to 20%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads, Airports)
Culture 5% to 20%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 15%(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Taka)
Debt -5% to -25%(External, Trade Deficit)
覧覧覧覧覧
Anticipated GDP 8% of world economy (2% to 19%)

India GDP (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 15% to 19%
Land 2% to 10%
Food Production 6% to 15%
Electricity 4% to 15%
Tech 4% to 15%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 5% to 15%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 10% to 25%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Taka)
Debt -1% to -15%(External, Trade Deficit)
覧覧覧覧覧
Anticipated GDP 10% of world economy (4% to 18%)

GDP African Union (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 10% to 22%
Land 11% to 24%
Food 5% to 19%
Electricity 5% to 23%
Tech 3% to 20%(Phones, Computers, Internet)
Roads 2% to 17%(Roads, Waterway, Airports, Railroad)
Culture 3% to 15%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 1% to 10%(Dollar, Euro, Rupee, Yuan, Peso)
Debt -2% to -20%(External, Public, Trade Deficit)
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Anticipated GDP 14% of World economy (3% to 25%)

China GDP (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 14% to 25%
Land 5% to 20%
Food Production 5% to 23%
Electricity 3% to 19%
Tech 5% to 22%(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 3% to 17%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 5% to 18%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 5% to 25%(Euro, Dollar, Rupee, Yen, Taka)
Debt -1% to -10%(External, Trade Deficit)
覧覧覧覧覧
Anticipated GDP 16% of world economy (5% to 24%)

Bangladesh GDP (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 1.0% to 5%
Food Production 0.5% to 3%
Land 0.1% to 5%
Electricity 0.1% to 5%
Roads 0.3% to 3%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Tech 0.5% to 5%(Computers, Phone, TV)
Culture 1.0% to 5%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 0.1% to 5%(Dollar, Rupee, Euro, Yuan)
Debt -0.3% to -5%(External, Trade)
==========
Anticipated GDP of Bangladesh 1.1% of World Economy (0.2% to 5%)

Pakistan GDP (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 2.6%(1% to 10%)
Land 0.6%(0.3% to 5%)
Food Production 2.1%(0.5% to 5%)
Electricity 0.4%(0.1% to 5%)
Tech 1.4%(1.0% to 5%)(Cell Phones, Computers, etc)
Roads 0.7%(0.5% to 5%)(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Culture 0.9%(0.5% to 5%)(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 0.2%(0.1% to 5%)(Euro, Dollar, Yuan, Rupee, Dinar)
Debt -0.1%(-0.1% to -5%)(External, Trade Deficit)
覧覧覧覧覧
Anticipated GDP 1.2% of world economy (0.2% to 6%)

Vietnam GDP (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 0.5% to 5%
Food Production 0.5% to 4%
Land 0.2% to 3%
Electricity 0.1% to 2%
Roads 0.3% to 3%(Roads, Waterways, Railroads)
Tech 0.5% to 5%(Computers, Phone, TV)
Culture 0.5% to 5%(Movies, Resturants, Events)
Forex 0.1% to 5%(Dollar, Yen, Euro, Yuan)
Debt -0.4% to -5%(External, Trade)
==========
Anticipated GDP 0.9% of World Economy (0.2% to 3%)

Zimbabwae GDP (2000 to 2100)
==========
Population 0.2%(0.1% to 5%)(UN)
Land 0.3%(0.1% to 4%)(UN)
Food 0.1%(0.1% to 5%)(FAO)
Electricity 0.1%(0.1% to 5%)(Internet)
Roads 0.3%(0.1% to 5%)(Roads, Airports, Railroads)
Culture 0.03%(0.01% to 5%)(Sports, Movies, Resturants)
Forex 0.02%(0.01% to 5%)(Dollars, Euros)
Debt -0.01%(-0.01% to -10%)(Trade, External)
==========
Anticipated GDP 0.2% of World Economy (0.1% to 6%)
World Economy

Torrance, CA

#59 Nov 4, 2012
GDP as Percentage of World (2000 to 2100)
==========
World 100
China 16 (5 to 22)
Africa 14 (7 to 24)
India 10 (3 to 17)
European Union 9 (4 to 15)
USA 9 (5 to 20)
Asean 7 (4 to 11)
Brazil 6 (3 to 7)
Russia 6 (2 to 13)
Middle East 5 (4 to 6)
Pakistan 2 (1 to 4)
Japan 2 (1 to 5)
Bangladesh 1 (1 to 3)
All Other 13 (5 to 15)

Note : These estimates take into account small to medium terrotorial and population changes. The estimates are computed based on population, food production, terroritory sizes and other factors. The world map may look quite different past 2020 based on our research.
Human Man at Earth

Torrance, CA

#61 Aug 19, 2013
Raj Chanani at Earth wrote:
India and China have long been the two largest economies on planet earth. It is possible that India might become a larger economy than China, since India is projected to have 1.7 billion people in 2050 while China is projected to have 1.3 billion people in 2050.
Brazil, Russia, European Union and United States are the remaining large economies of the world. I am sure all will do really well even the Middle East, Africa, Indonesia and the rest of the world.
The rupee, yuan and ruble continue to be weak against the dollar and the euro. This always baffled me until I found out that the Indians, Chinese and Russians print money at a much greater rate then the Americans and the Europeans. I can forsee 1 dollar buying 100 rupees in ten years timeframe. I can forsee 1 dollar buying 20 yuans in ten years timeframe. I can forsee 1 dollar buying 50 rubles in ten years timeframe.
I would not invest my hard earned money in Africa, India, China or the Middle East. There is a high degree of probability that you will have a net loss. In the outside chance that you make money in these countries, they will take it from you by force or steal it from you. They can't handle you making a few dollars on their turf. They become so stupid at times that you would not believe it and then they claim to have invented stuff like guns, nails, writing, math, chess and stuff.
I would not outsource customer service and tech support to nations like Philippines, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Russia, China and the sort. It seems cheap and it is but I can barely understand what they say on the phone. It is not just the accent but also the language that they use. It only frustrates me and the person on the other side of the phone. The problem is not solved after many phone calls, letters and emails. What can I say keep the customer service and tech support in america for the americans. They will be less frustrated and the economy will be better. Yes, it will cost more for the phone, bank, computer, internet, cable and other gizmos but you will get better service.
It is hard to learn a language much less 3 or 4 of them. I think the reason that America exports some of the jobs overseas is to build friendship with those forgein nations. That way, the foregin nations will buy american made goods like, cars, computers, toys, consultancy services, airplanes and other goods. If America want's other nations to buy it's goods then those nations will want to sell their goods to america. I am sure that we all know that but I still have to say it.
America is a great country. It allows people from around the world to arrive to it's land, live, work and play. I think only Brazil is as flexible with foregin arrivals. It is hard for foreginers to move to Russia, China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, Nigeria, Iran, Congo, Egypt, Italy, Germany and other nations. I think we should do away with the visa thing. I think that the passport is enough, it tells where you are from where you live and stuff like that. All this protectionism is not good. It causes foregin goods to cost 10 times as much later in life. Life is all about give and take.
We feel that you should look up into the sky and connect with the Universe. I think, based on my thoughts, billions of planets like ours, have collided with the Sun's in other galaxies. This is because, we need to find a way to cause extinction of many species, including humans. Life is hard. There is false ideas in your mind. The tree does not take a shit or eat food that we know of. The tree does not reproduce like mammal species do. I think there will come a time in the future, when new species will inhabit the planet. I am sure that your science department can give you more.

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-Infiniti Zero +Infiniti
2 Cents

Hsinchu, Taiwan

#62 Aug 20, 2013
Our planet's capacity to underwrite future growth is limited. It will become increasingly difficult for poorer and weaker countries to secure the resources needed to develop and improve their citizen's quality of life. If India's population continues to grow at its current rate, it is very possible that there simply wont be enough natural resources remaining to allow its population to rise out of poverty.
AAA

London, UK

#64 Aug 20, 2013
2 Cents wrote:
Our planet's capacity to underwrite future growth is limited. It will become increasingly difficult for poorer and weaker countries to secure the resources needed to develop and improve their citizen's quality of life. If India's population continues to grow at its current rate, it is very possible that there simply wont be enough natural resources remaining to allow its population to rise out of poverty.
Well said, structurally China is by far more prepared than India for future growth. India, although a democracy, is actually more corrupt and its class system is killing the society. And those are just two problems among many others.
Human at Nature

Torrance, CA

#65 Aug 29, 2013
Raj Chanani at Earth wrote:
India and China have long been the two largest economies on planet earth. It is possible that India might become a larger economy than China, since India is projected to have 1.7 billion people in 2050 while China is projected to have 1.3 billion people in 2050.

Brazil, Russia, European Union and United States are the remaining large economies of the world. I am sure all will do really well even the Middle East, Africa, Indonesia and the rest of the world.
The rupee, yuan and ruble continue to be weak against the dollar and the euro. This always baffled me until I found out that the Indians, Chinese and Russians print money at a much greater rate then the Americans and the Europeans. I can forsee 1 dollar buying 100 rupees in ten years timeframe. I can forsee 1 dollar buying 20 yuans in ten years timeframe. I can forsee 1 dollar buying 50 rubles in ten years timeframe.

I would not invest my hard earned money in Africa, India, China or the Middle East. There is a high degree of probability that you will have a net loss. In the outside chance that you make money in these countries, they will take it from you by force or steal it from you. They can't handle you making a few dollars on their turf. They become so stupid at times that you would not believe it and then they claim to have invented stuff like guns, nails, writing, math, chess and stuff.

I would not outsource customer service and tech support to nations like Philippines, Vietnam, India, Bangladesh, Russia, China and the sort. It seems cheap and it is but I can barely understand what they say on the phone. It is not just the accent but also the language that they use. It only frustrates me and the person on the other side of the phone. The problem is not solved after many phone calls, letters and emails. What can I say keep the customer service and tech support in america for the americans. They will be less frustrated and the economy will be better. Yes, it will cost more for the phone, bank, computer, internet, cable and other gizmos but you will get better service.

It is hard to learn a language much less 3 or 4 of them. I think the reason that America exports some of the jobs overseas is to build friendship with those forgein nations. That way, the foregin nations will buy american made goods like, cars, computers, toys, consultancy services, airplanes and other goods. If America want's other nations to buy it's goods then those nations will want to sell their goods to america. I am sure that we all know that but I still have to say it.

America is a great country. It allows people from around the world to arrive to it's land, live, work and play. I think only Brazil is as flexible with foregin arrivals. It is hard for foreginers to move to Russia, China, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Philippines, Nigeria, Iran, Congo, Egypt, Italy, Germany and other nations. I think we should do away with the visa thing. I think that the passport is enough, it tells where you are from where you live and stuff like that. All this protectionism is not good. It causes foregin goods to cost 10 times as much later in life. Life is all about give and take.
I {We} will tell you what it's about folks. What happened is this....

The world be talking to India and China that yes, they be big nations with lots of people. There are 198 other nations, big and small. Yes, India has 10% of the world's wealth. Yes, China has 16% of the world's wealth. The balance of the world's wealth is around 74% with the remaining 198 nations. Also, India says only two or three children, yet the population keeps growing. China says only one child, still the population keeps growing. Something has to give like Kentucky Nafta World said. They said can't touch this, you know the people said can't touch this. They sang a song and did laddid ddid dada in that video that Mississippi Nafta World made.
Indian

San Francisco, CA

#67 Aug 29, 2013
We have muck more natural asset than China and much more allies.
Bogensexpat

Denpasar, Indonesia

#68 Aug 29, 2013
Indian wrote:
We have muck more natural asset than China and much more allies.
india's natural asset is their overproduced manure and trahs, and huge landscape of slums
Human at Earth

Torrance, CA

#73 Sep 24, 2013
Tamil Nadu working on the language. The needs of their people.

http://img337.imageshack.us/img337/3231/south...
Indian

San Francisco, CA

#74 Sep 24, 2013
According to a Chinese expert of Chinese descent, Gordon Chang, India will outpace China 2020 not 2050.
Raj Human at Earth

Torrance, CA

#75 Sep 24, 2013
Indian wrote:
According to a Chinese expert of Chinese descent, Gordon Chang, India will outpace China 2020 not 2050.
Rise higher. It is another nations with the same kind of shit.
Punjabi

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

#76 Sep 24, 2013
We do not need Gordon Chang to say that. Punjab's economy is already bigger than USA. India without Punjab is hopeless. Even the PM of India is a Punjabi. The rest of India is generally useless.
Human Man at Earth

Torrance, CA

#77 Sep 25, 2013
Punjabi wrote:
We do not need Gordon Chang to say that. Punjab's economy is already bigger than USA. India without Punjab is hopeless. Even the PM of India is a Punjabi. The rest of India is generally useless.
Malaysia is a small nation dependent on the Oriental race. The Oriental race is absorbed by the Human species, like all other races. Look into the sky and the Human species is small in comparison.

Punjab, if they get cleaned up will be about like Uttar Pradesh. We like Uttar Pradesh. Tamil Nadu doing really well. Bengal has problems. Rajasthan doing well. Gujarat doing ok, has small war to fight. Maharashtra very well.
Human Man at Earth

Torrance, CA

#78 Sep 25, 2013
Oriental Human group does some bad things to foreigners. Nature is the witness. Oriental race told us they want peace, contentment. They do have guns, nukes, jails, torture, prisoners, ransom. Everything will be normal in 10,000 years. We think in the Pali Cannon it says to refrain from killing but your people have written a few more pages in the book. In some cases it is ok to do that.

100 billion dead animals each year for Human consumption. The animals at war with the Human species.

Dillhi, Shanghai, Paris, Tehran, Lagos, Chicago, Bogota, Jakarta, Tokyo, Moscow, Sydney are scheduled to be nuked by various clans.

Virus Bacteria Cells in the ocean.

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