fluffy bunny wrote:I've never heard 25 years old. In my day, it was 75 ... and then they die, so every 75 years the population returns to the same as it was.

Why would they have kids so early if they live to 150 years old?

**You are correct, I have also read in Murlis about birth of twins (1 son +1 daughter) but never read about age of parents at twins birth. perhaps, It is neither 25 years nor 75 years. **
fluffy bunny wrote:That would make them "great great great great grand parents" before they died ... 25 + 25 + 25 + 25 + 25 + 25 = 150 ... which raises other mathematical problems ...

2 parents ... 4 ... 8 ... 16 ... 32 ... 64 great great great great grand children.

Wouldn't that mean the population grows 32 times in 150 year (one generation)? You can extrapolate from there over 8 generations, it becomes impossible quickly, especially as the other 4 ... 8 ... 16 ... 32 ... etc aren't dying off for 150 years.

Please correct me if I am wrong, I am too busy to check today. It's amazing, considering that this has been pushed for 70 odd years that no one has sat down, worked it all out and come up with a theory/explanation. It's just simple arithmetic.

On applying simple airthmatic,

*CASE1: Assuming birth of kids at 25 years of age*
Total population of 1 family

after 25 years=2+2 children=4

after 50years=2+2 children+2 grandchildren= 6

after 75years=2+2 children+2 grandchildren+2 great grandchildren =8

after 100 years= 2+2children+2grandchildren+2great grandchildren+2greatgreat grandchildren =10

after 125 years =2+2children+2grandchildren+2great grand children+2 great great grand children+2great great great grandchildren =12

after 150 years =2children+2grandchildren+2great grandchildren+2 great great grand children+2 great great great grand children+ 2great great great great grandchildren(rebirth) =12

**therefore, increase in population= 6times in 150 years**

*CASE2: Assuming birth of kids at 50 years of age*
Total population of 1 family

after 50 years=2+2 children=4

after 100years=2+2 children+2 grandchildren= 6

after 150 years=2 children+2 grandchildren+2 great grand children(rebirth) =6

**therefore, increase in population= 3 times in 150 years**
*CASE3: Assuming birth of kids at 75 years of age*
Total population of 1 family

after 75 years=2+2 children=4

after 150 years=2 children+2 grand children(rebirth)= 4

**therefore, increase in population= 2 times in 150 years**
**Hence, we can conclude that **

1)population may increase with twins in Golden Age.

2) rate of increase of population depends upon age of parents at the time of birth of twins.
Murli dated 08.03.2014 says

,"Now, just think about how the population will continue to increase from the Golden Age to the end of the Silver Age. So, you have to do the service of giving knowledge to so many. The seed of knowledge has to be sown in so many of them. Knowledge is never destroyed."