Would human life be better off when the Earth doubled in size?

At present, the global population exceeds 7 billion, and the population of my country alone exceeds 1.4 billion, and this number is still growing. I don’t know what you think, but it’s a nightmare for me to go out by train every holiday, and because of the large population, housing prices have been high, and there are traffic jams, traffic jams, and traffic jams during the morning and evening rush hours. I believe that many people have the same idea as the editor at this moment, that is, it would be great if the land area on the earth could be larger.

Not only that, when the earth doubles in size, we will find that when standing on the ground and wanting to jump, the period when it is easy to do it now will become particularly difficult at that time. Even high jumpers can no longer jump to their original heights. And usually we will not be injured if we jump from a place of 1-2 meters, but after the earth becomes bigger, even if it is only 1-2 meters high, we will break bones and even lose our lives.

After the Earth doubles in size, humans need to evolve and adapt their bodies to survive. Humans may have higher bone density and stiffness, and stronger lungs. However, ancient buildings such as the Leaning Tower of Pisa will no longer exist, and some buildings with insufficient load-bearing capacity will all collapse. The moon also became bigger due to the gravitational effect of the earth, getting closer and closer to us, and finally hit the earth, and all living things on the earth became extinct. So, should the Earth still be getting bigger?