Demographic Doom Podcast

61. Babies in the Post-Nuclear Family (42 min)

July 9, 2021

In this unscripted episode, Glenn Campbell discusses various topics relating to babies in his hypothetical Post-Nuclear Family. Inspired by a screaming baby on a red-eye flight. First, he says a baby would rarely fly in a plane under his system, because babies and young children are firmly attached to house in which they are raised. Only older children are likely to travel. Another issue he raises is why one baby on a plane is crying while others seem to sleep. It may be an issue of personality, which every family has to accommodate. Glenn talks about birth spacing and why two years between children is optimal. Finally, he touches on the topic of where the babies come from. Initially, they come from the founding mothers, coordinating their births. When their fertility expires, that when the real challenges begin. — This episode is accompanied by in-person video on the YouTube version. — Twitter: @DemographicDoom — See the YouTube version of this episode for notes, comments, corrections & links to other resources: j.mp/dd_baby [ep 61, 9 July 2021]

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