You’re One in 8 Billion

The world population just hit 8 billion people. And in honor of that, the Washington Post created an amazing interactive article, You’re One in 8 Billion,” that shows what you share with many people you will never know. The article is fascinating and well worth a read, and it is amazing to see how interconnected we all are!

All you need to do is put your age, country, and gender, and you will find out just how many other people around the world share the same characteristics as you. It also provides insights into your life compared to others across different countries and cultures.

The interactive article offers an eye-opening look at the world’s population, especially regarding gender, age, and location. It shows us that although we may be strangers, we are still connected.

If you are curious to explore what you share with the world’s 8 billion people, check out the interactive article “You’re One in 8 Billion” by The Washington Post. It is a great way to realize how different and similar our lives worldwide are. You might even find yourself in one of the world’s 8 billion. So be sure to check it out and see what you share with the world!

Happy exploring!

Ali Kaya

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Ali Kaya

This is Ali. Bespectacled and mustachioed father, math blogger, and soccer player. I also do consult for global math and science startups.

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