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Black Australians See Racism Rise As White Population Dwindles! Is 300 Plus Days of Sunshine To Blame?

The couple are part of a growing number of intercultural couples in Australia as the country becomes more ethnically diverse. In 2018, about 32 per cent of registered marriages were of partners of different ethnicities, compared with 18 per cent in 2006, according to the Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Australia is currently about 75% white but Demographers are estimating white people will be a minority in Australia by around 2060! Ironically Immigration Can't be blamed as the reason white populations there are falling.

Australia is currently about 75–80% white so I am estimating white people will be a minority in Australia by around 2070. Currently the population in Australia is 25.8 million about half that of California! The Australian census got the population prediction for 25 million people 33 years wrong. It happened in 2018 and they predicted 2051.The Australian Centre for Population's 2022 Population Statement stated that the pandemic was to blame for the decline of the White population and released the following statement..."Pandemic had a substantial impact on the country's population, which has mostly been caused by a limit to overseas migration from border closures." In Australia, while whites won't likely be a minority quite as soon as they will the USA and UK, there is, nonetheless, a very real demographic change occurring.

"Australia has one of the highest rates of skin cancer in the world. About two thirds of White Australians will be diagnosed with some form of skin cancer before the age of 65. Non-melanoma (keratinocyte) skin cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in Australia."

In 2010, the Australian Bureau of Statistics estimated that 26.8 per cent of Australia's population were born overseas and more and more of these are arriving from the Middle East, North Africa, and Asia. Australia is calling for more white Brits to come but they only want them to be of child bearing age. If you plan to migrate to Australia from UK, you will have to meet certain requirements for any visa option you choose. The most common visa pathways are the skilled migration visa, family or partner visas. For instance, if you were to choose the Skilled Migration visa for work, you must be: Be under 45 years old.

Sun exposure has been estimated to cause around 97% of melanoma cases in areas of high exposure, such as Australia, and around 99% of non-melanoma skin cancers in Australia. Australia has some of the highest levels of UV radiation in the world – in fact, UV radiation is strong enough to cause sunburn in people without Eumelanin in as little as 10 minutes on a fine summer day. While UV levels do vary across the country on any given day, the UV Index reaches thirteen 13 or above year-round for much of Australia.

“During summer, the Earth's orbit brings Australia closer to the sun (as compared to Europe during its summer), resulting in an additional 7% solar UV intensity. Coupled with our clearer atmospheric conditions, this means that Australians are exposed to up to 20% more UV than Europeans.”

A UV Index reading 11 or higher puts you in a very dangerous spot for sunburn with damage occurring in less than 10 minutes if unprotected. At this level it is best to avoid all sun exposure between 10AM and 4PM. Exposure to the sun during pregnancy has been linked to decreased amounts of folic acid, which is needed for your baby's growth and development. In very hot environments or during strenuous activity a pregnant woman's core (internal body) temperature may rise. In some cases, increased internal temperature and fever during pregnancy have been linked to birth defects and other pregnancy complications. Infertility affects 16.67 % of Australian couples.

The great majority of Western Australia's population is of European descent. There are significant communities of English, Scottish, Irish, and Italian ancestry, as well as a sizeable combined community of German and Dutch heritage. Alarmingly, a study, which tracked West Australian males from birth to adulthood, found at age 21, only 14.4 per cent had sperm that met the World Health Organization minimum for all variables. A leading Australian fertility expert has sounded the alarm bells to Aussie men about rapidly decreasing sperm count, explaining it can be caused by everything from chemicals in Teflon pans to spending too much time in the sun.

Professor Roger Hart, a lead clinician for the Western Australian public fertility service, told Australian online news that sperm count has dropped by around 50 per cent over the last 50 years. Professor Hart said while sperm count is rapidly dropping, the rates of testicular and prostate cancer are rising, suggesting the rate of decline cannot be genetic causes. “It has got to be environmental causes,” he said. Australia's birthrate fell to 1.58 babies per woman of child bearing age on 2020 and rose briefly due to immigration to 1.6 in 2021 that is well below the replacement level of 2.1. Prof Hart’s research also found that "heat stress" events during a mother’s pregnancy significantly reduced sperm count as well. His work has been backed by leading environmental and reproductive epidemiologist Dr Shanna Swan. Both Dr Swan and Prof Hart delivered their findings to the Fertility Society of Australia and New Zealand conference in 2023.



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