The census regards 269 territories, comprising 234 independent states.

The population will increase by the 1.14% par to 72,930,000 people, passing from 6.379 billions in 2004 to 6.452 billions in 2005. With the current increasing process, the population of the planet will be of 6.823 billions in 2010 and 8.032 billions in 2025. The average life due in 2005 will be 67.5 years.

Out of 4.982 billions people at least 16 years old, 3.997 billions par to the 80.2%, can read and write, while 985 million, par to the 19.8% are illiterate.

The world's GDP (gross domestic product) will increase by the 2.78 per cent, passing from 40,484 billion US Dollars in 2004 to 41,612 billions in 2005 and from 51,596 billions of PPP (Purchase Power Parity) Dollars, also called International Dollars in 2004 to 53,617 billions in 2005.

The world's average per capita GDP will increase by 8,088 PPP Dollars in 2004 to 8,310 in 2005, with an increase of the 1.27% (lower than the world's GDP increase, due to US Dollars' devaluation), but, as an effect from inflation (world's average 3.84%), the world's average per capita purchase power will fall by the 2.56% (for the fist time in modern economy history, an increase of the GDP will correspond to a loss of real per capita purchase power).

The verified oil reservoirs are a little more than 1,000 billion barrels, for a total value of about 25,000 billions US Dollars.

International trade exchanges are worth about  6,500 billions of US Dollars.

The verified labour forces 2.9 billion people, par to the 44.9% of the whole population, with nearly 300 million unemployed, equal to the 10.3% of the labour force. Considering other 161.5 million new workers, the labour force available would be almost 461 million units.

The decided investments amount to 8.109 billion US Dollars, par to 19.5% of the world's GDP.

The population under the poverty burden is 1.644 billions people, more than a quarter the world's population.

If the flows of year 2003-2004 repeat themselves, the foreign aids (donations and loans) towards the poorest countries will amount to 433 billions of US Dollars, par to 1.06% the GDP.

Further data: 2,253 million telephones, 1,346 mobile phones, 678 million Internet connections.

The states' net deficit will increase from 472 billions US Dollars in 2004 to 481 billions US Dollars in 2005 and at the end of year 2005 the public debt will amount 29,521 billions, equal to almost the 71 % of the world's GDP.

Military expenses in 2005 will amount to 1,196 billions, equal to the 2.88% of the world's GDP, with more than 56 million recruits.

The monetary resources available to be addressed to the Holos Global System program are equal to almost 13,200 billions US Dollars, plus about 498 billions Dhana, par to a value of 16.192 billions US Dollars, for a total (Holos Global System plus Dhana) equivalent to 29,392 billions US Dollars, par to 81,983 billions PPP Dollars.

These amounts represent the 70.6 % of the world's GDP 2005 in US Dollars, the 457% of the previewed investments, the 254% of public revenues and almost the 100% of the public debt.

Further more, there are almost 25 billions Dhana (5% the amount of Dhana to be assigned for free), par to 809 billions US Dollars (2.015 billions PPP Dollars), for humanitarian purposes.

Balaloka, the Republic of the Earth's worldwide security force, will be made of 483,768 people from the different countries, which will receive a Monthly remuneration of about 4,600 PPP Dollars.

Planet fund, the monetary fund of the inhabitants of the planet, will have assets for 1,756 billions US Dollars, five times the (undersigned) capital of the International Monetary Fund.

The States, have been offered interest-free loans for a total of 174 billions Dhana, par to 5,667 billions US Dollars, par to the 19.2% of the States' total public debt and to the 81,22% of the foreign debt.