iwillspankyou wrote:Snuden wrote:Show hidden quotes
I did indeed read your post, which seems to contradict my number of 1 million, since China is way above average, when it comes to deaths caused by pollution.
9 millions deaths - china is about 1/4 of the pop and have 1 million deaths. 9 devided by .25= 2+ and under 50% of the world average.
do the math dude
I have always thought that;
9 / 0.25
= (9/1) / (1/4)
= (9*4) / (1*1)
= 36 / 1
Math done. Not sure what you are trying to prove anyway. I simply said that a WHO report reads that 1 million people die yearly as a direct consequence of pollution. That might be true or not, but I regard WHO as a reliable source in this matter.