CIA World Factbook Data and EIA Energy Data for the G20 Countries as of 3/15/14
B Energy G
Est. Births Deaths Births/ Migr. Ave. PPP Quad Efficiency GDP/
Dominant Pop. /1000 /1000 Deaths /1000 Births/ GDP Btu used GDP/Quad capita Index
Rank Country Culture Millions pop/yr pop/yr ratio pop/yr woman $Billions per yr. $Bill/Quad $/pers./yr G/B Log(G/B) Log(G)
1 Korea, South Buddhist 40.04 8.26 6.63 1.246 0.00 1.25 1,666.00 11.331 147.03 41,608 5,037.34 3.7022 4.6192
2 Germany Christian 81.00 8.42 11.29 0.746 1.06 1.43 3,227.00 13.178 244.88 39,841 4,731.71 3.6750 4.6003
3 Japan Buddhist 127.10 8.07 9.38 0.860 0.00 1.40 4,729.00 20.181 234.33 37,206 4,610.41 3.6637 4.5706
4 Canada Christian 34.84 10.29 8.31 1.238 5.66 1.59 1,518.00 13.616 111.49 43,577 4,234.87 3.6268 4.6393
5 United States Christian 318.89 13.42 8.15 1.647 2.45 2.01 16,720.00 95.100 175.81 52,432 3,906.97 3.5918 4.7196
6 Australia Christian 22.51 12.19 7.07 1.724 5.74 1.77 998.30 5.601 178.24 44,353 3,638.48 3.5609 4.6469
7 Italy Christian 61.68 8.84 10.10 0.875 4.29 1.42 1,805.00 7.121 253.48 29,264 3,310.40 3.5199 4.4663
8 United Kingdom Christian 63.74 12.22 9.34 1.308 2.56 1.90 2,378.00 8.456 281.22 37,308 3,053.01 3.4847 4.5718
9 France Christian 66.26 12.49 9.06 1.379 1.09 2.08 2,273.00 10.571 215.02 34,305 2,746.58 3.4388 4.5354
10 Saudi Arabia Muslim 27.35 18.78 3.32 5.657 (0.59) 2.17 927.80 8.506 109.08 33,928 1,806.61 3.2569 4.5306
11 Russia Orthodox 142.47 11.87 13.83 0.858 1.69 1.61 2,553.00 32.771 77.90 17,920 1,509.65 3.1789 4.2533
12 Argentina Christian LA 43.02 16.88 7.34 2.300 0.00 2.25 771.00 3.349 230.22 17,920 1,061.63 3.0260 4.2533
13 Turkey Muslim 81.62 16.86 6.12 2.755 0.46 2.08 1,167.00 4.922 237.10 14,298 848.05 2.9284 4.1553
14 Brazil Christian LA 202.66 14.72 6.54 2.251 (0.15) 1.79 2,422.00 11.658 207.75 11,951 811.90 2.9095 4.0774
15 China Buddhist 1,355.69 12.17 7.44 1.636 (0.32) 1.55 13,370.00 109.620 121.97 9,862 810.36 2.9087 3.9940
16 Mexico Christian LA 120.29 19.02 5.24 3.630 (1.64) 2.29 1,845.00 7.310 252.39 15,338 806.43 2.9066 4.1858
17 South Africa African 48.38 18.94 17.49 1.083 (6.27) 2.23 595.70 5.593 106.51 12,314 650.16 2.8130 4.0904
18 Indonesia Muslim 253.61 17.04 6.34 2.688 (1.18) 2.18 1,285.00 6.131 209.59 5,067 297.35 2.4733 3.7047
19 India Hindu 1,236.34 19.89 7.35 2.706 (0.05) 2.51 4,962.00 23.611 210.16 4,013 201.78 2.3049 3.6035
Sum or Average 4,327.48 13.70 8.44 1.624 0.78 1.87 65,212.80 398.626 163.59 26,448 1,929.97 3.2855 4.4224
Others 2,767.74 21,967.20 111.925 196.27 7,937
World 7,095.22 18.90 7.90 2.392 0.00 2.45 87,180.00 510.551 170.76 12,287 650.11 2.8130 4.0895
G20/World, % 60.99 74.80 78.08
G20: Highest/lowest = 13.06 24.96
Correlations for G20 (0.469) (0.634) (0.023) (0.277) 0.596 (0.483) 0.159 0.056 (0.005) 1.000 0.9160 0.9311 0.9529
B Energy G
Est. Births Deaths Births/ Migr. Ave. PPP Quad Efficiency GDP/
Pop. /1000 /1000 Deaths /1000 Births/ GDP Btu used GDP/Quad capita Index
Millions pop/yr pop/yr ratio pop/yr woman $Billions per yr. $Bill/Quad $/pers./yr G/B Log(G/B) Log(G)
Notes:
1. The G20 is made up of the finance ministers and central bank governors of the above plus the EU president and the 
      head of the European Central Bank.  The G20 is a more practical size than the UN and the G20 has:
      60.99% of the world's population, 74.80% of the GDP, and consumes 78.08% of the energy used. 
2. Quad Btu used does not include food energy at 3400 Btu/person/year. food_energy.htm
3. Energy efficiency is not included in the index because: efficiency = GDP/Quad, or efficiency x Quad = GDP.
4. Mexico will probably reduce its birth rate while continuing to be a major source of labor for the US.
5. Russia will probably develop rapidly and become a major source of oil, gas, and food.
6. These countries will probably agree to develop and share energy technologies to reduce CO2 emissions.
7. Outsourcing of jobs and immigration will tend to make GDP's/capita converge toward the mean.
8. African, Hindu, Muslim, and Catholic countries will continue to struggle with overpopulation for many
     decades under traditional religions which encourage rote memorization and high birth rates.
9. The US needs to drop its imperial tendencies and cooperate with other developed countries.
10. Developed countries can do little to help others until they learn to begin helping themselves by decreasing
       birth rates and educating themselves. Long term welfare is always counter productive.
11. The plot for the G20 (Fig. 1) also fits an exponential development model very well.
12. Plots for the 61 most populus countries are given at: Dev_Index.htm
13. In Fig. 1, my developmental index, log(GDP per capita/births per 1000), is derived from the plot of 
         log(GDP/capita) vs. births/1000 population/year, Fig. 2, which has much more scatter.
14. In Fig. 3, the plot is made much tighter (R^2 increases from 0.42 to 0.65) by dividing GDP per capita by births/1000.
15. Increasing energy efficiencies (and thus GDP's) and reducing birth rates will improve quality of life.