15. The Plan, as outlined at the end of the 1990s would require ten million development workers. Is this not too many people to manage, especially since with todays’ increase in population the numbers are likely to be even much greater today?

There are many times that number of civil servants in governments’ employ today, The number seems large, because we are not used to thinking about numbers in global terms.

There is no difficulty generating the necessary census takers needed to count half the world’s population every five years. Like these census takers, the ten million would come from all countries and be trained in different places. Their activities would be coordinated more easily than the activities of census takers, because in ten years from now when the plan could be in full operation our capacity for automation will have increased considerably.