Earth passes 8 billion concurrent users to set new record


Earth broke its own concurrent user record today with a peak of 8 billion human users, according to a UN Report (via NPR). That figure blows away Earth’s last concurrent user milestone of 7 billion human users back in October of 2011, and is double the amount recorded in 1974.

That’s right, despite the planet’s last few unpopular patches (COVID, global warming, murder hornets) and a persistent “Mixed” review score, Earth continues to grow in popularity among humans who are born and exist…

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