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The Human Injury

The Human Injury Explains:

  1. As evolving human beings completed their migratory journey around the globe – around 10-15,000 years ago – they began to settle into larger groups.  This was enabled by an agricultural awakening.

  2. The migratory journey was made possible by highly collaborative behaviors.  These natural migratory behaviors are baked into human biology.  These longings would be tested by random events.

  3. Larger populations gave rise to elements of societal CONTROL.  Behaviors of “Acquisition” would create the first “Meritocracy” among humans.  “Meritocracy” and “Collaboration” would prove to be difficult bedfellows.  A hierarchy would form, and the trouble soon began.


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