When Ton was born, he was the 3,196,990,596th person alive on Earth and the 76,991,413,470th person to have lived since history began.
When Sjoukje was born, she was the 4,244,325,821st person alive on Earth and the 78,713,118,072nd person to have lived since history began.
When Danique was born, she was the 6,682,611,262nd person alive on Earth and the 82,672,064,059th person to have lived since history began.
Both numbers have been calculated using UN Population Division figures. The first is an estimate of how many people were alive on your date of birth. It is one possible value based on global population figures and estimates of growth rates over time. Data before 1950 is less accurate than figures after that date. The second number includes calculations based on the methodology of scholar Carl Haub, who estimated how many people had been alive since 50,000 B.C. His calculation has been amended by the UN to include additional points in time.
All population data are based on estimates by the UN Population Division and all calculations provided by the UN Population Fund. The remaining data are from other sections of the UN, the Global Footprint Network and the International Telecommunications Union.
Want to find out more? Visit the UN Population Fund’s detailed population calculator, 7 billion and me.
Notes on the data: Only birth dates after 1910 can be accommodated and only countries with populations of more than 100,000 people are included. Where available, the UN’s medium variant and average figures from 2005-2010 have been used. World and country population clocks are estimates based on the latest UN figures and growth rates. They may not tally precisely with other clocks because of the way this application is configured.