How does reincarnation explain the population explosion of humans?

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  1. Have you ever heard the expression “he/she has an old soul”? Have you noticed how some people that you meet just seem to have a wisdom about them that suggest that they have been around for a very, very long time? Most people have.
    Some people have been around for many more lifetimes than others have. Who says that there is a set schedule for reincarnation? Many of those being born today in the population explosion could have existed in a previous life, but not necessarily at the same time. Perhaps many more are simply being reborn at the same time. Perhaps many of these people are simply new souls.

  2. It doesn’t, but one doesn’t disprove the other either. In Hinduism, souls can move between species. Other religions believe humans always reincarnate as humans, which simply means that souls continue to be created. (And I see no reason why souls created over time is more or less believable than souls being created all at once)

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