human history

Asked: What are the biggest challenges for the Fourth Industrial Revolution? My response: "Balance." -Craig Zamary All Rights
Next time you feel inept, just read this.
Human history does indeed seem to show rhythmic patterns of rise and fall, widespread excitability and widespread calm. The problem is in the specifics, the details, the charts and graphs.
Fewer alpha males? Those strange regions don't code for proteins, which carry out a gene's instructions in the body, but
The flickering pattern seen previously with such technologies is likely due to the relatively small number of well-excavated
The next time you come home after a long, tough day and your canine best friend wags his tail offering boat-loads of unconditional love -- know that he understands more than you may realize.
Does intellectual ability make us human? Or self-consciousness? Or the possession of a soul? Or tool-making? Or private property? Or genetic inheritance? Whatever definition we choose, it excludes some creatures we might want to include in the "human."
What is the frame or context of your life? You don't know how your story will end, but at this point you can discover what your story is about.
With the help of modern technology, it is truly possible for all mother tongues to not only belong to their rightful communities, but to be enjoyed by all of us.
While the top of the economic pyramid may be dominated by a few players, the knowledge pyramid is inversely skewed, with just 0.2% of the world's population possessing a full 80% of our languages, and the vast knowledge they encode.
Standing up and apparently eating an apple/FIRE followed by that bone throw thing from 2001: A Space Odyssey/Pyramids built by aliens
The tragic mistake of human history is that we have either assigned meaning to skin color or tried to ignore its reality. Both are deeply flawed world views.