Do your fingerprints change from birth to death?
no they do not but it can be possible.
A fingerprint is just a pattern on your finger, unique for each human. A DNA fingerprint is a combination of little pieces of your DNA that change very rapidly between generations, called microsatellites. They change much faster than the rest of the DNA, so everyone really has unique versions of them. They can be used to pinpoint individuals just like actual finger fingerprints.
Under what conditions might the per capita birth and death rates not be enough to accurately predict future human population size?
Fingerprints don't "show" anything. They are merely a foolpoof method of identifying to whom the print belongs. If you have ever committed an offense and were fingerprinted as part of the booking process, your prints are on file. Since fingerprints NEVER change, the FBI records store fingerprints for life.
Of course not. A birth certificate is simply a record of your biological parents. It's what's known as a vital record. Vital records are records of life events kept under governmental authority, including birth certificates, marriage licenses, and death certificates. You can't change the record. Of course not. A birth certificate is simply a record of your biological parents. It's what's known as a vital record. Vital records are records of life events kept under…
an increase of birth rate (the number of people giving birth) and a decrease in death rate (the number of people dying) can lead a huge population change in the fact that the pop will become larger. an example is India of which has a high birth rate and as a result in 30 years will be the country with a highest pop overtaking china