5.926. Corals are dying today.     AR AR

The   development   and   rise   of   human   civilization   can   be   attributed   to   the   appearance   of   about   10   thousand   years   ago   on   our   planet   coral   reefs,   which   concentrated   in   shallow   coastal   waters   of   fish   and   shellfish,   providing   the   human   mind   with   additional   squirrel,   previously   inaccessible   to   him.   An   additional   energy   resource   has   allowed   humanity   to   make   a   civilizational   and   technological   breakthrough.   Even   the   first   money   was   shells.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


9.688. Humanity evolution is evolution of food.     AR AR

Humanity   evolution   is   evolution   of   food.

Voorwoord: Sodmis


10.572. The main motive.     AR AR

Perhaps, the woman is the main motive of development of human civilization.  For most men, lust and women are the only motive for which they are able to think and work.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


3.2901.     AR AR

Happiness is incompatible with the progress of civilization, happiness makes a person lazy and sleepy.  But happiness as a drug, as a mask of suffering and a source of narcotic withdrawal is quite suitable for the purposes of the progress of civilization.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


9.5664.     AR AR

Boredom   is   the   cause   of   civilizations   destruction.   The   greatest   wish   of   the   immortals   is   death,   but   they   can’t   die,   so   they   destroy   the   whole   world.

Voorwoord: Sodmis


10.2337. Rehabilitation of idealism.     AR AR

Idealists may be blamed for their attachment to the unimportant, but it is these small, inconsequential, but constant steps that ensure the progress of civilization.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.5365.     AR AR

The basic success of European civilization is based on the cold they keep in their homes.  The heat puts the brain half asleep.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.7005.     AR AR

Civilizations are dying out for two reasons.  Or they will degrade into a single-celled Paradise.  Either technology and complexity reach the point where hell becomes unbearable.  The unbearability of life in hell leads to the self-destruction of the system.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.8676. Divide and conquer.     AR AR

Pride is the desire for power over God.  God is everything.  There are no divisions in early civilizations.  Division occurs as society becomes more complex and, in fact, goes against the commandment "do not judge"...  the best is the enemy of the good ... the truth is simple, etc.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.9274.     AR AR

War and conflict are the same engine of progress as competition, the mother of the economy.  Just as the economy will die and degrade without competition, so human civilization will degrade without conflict.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.9276.     AR AR

Fire is actually a God.  From the cult of fire all religions were born, and all the development of human civilization began.  But does the fact that we are all descended from fire negate the fact that fire is dangerous when misused, and people, its children, have the same properties.  This is why we are given the need for knowledge in order to learn how to use fire.  In the hands of the ignorant, fire is either useless or dangerous.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.9326. God is fire.     AR AR

Fire is a method of development, evolution and formation of human civilization.  We are not talking about a metaphorical God, but about the essence of physical fire and its influence on the development of historical processes.  If the question is interesting, you can find my book “History of religion”on the Internet...  it describes in detail the mechanics of the influence of the fire cult on the development of society, technology and science.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


10.14451. Civilizational growth.     AR AR

Overdose of sugar and pleasure, reducing the overall sensitivity of the body, while making a person vulnerable to acute sources of emotions that carry novelty.  Thus, the chronic depression of citizens supports the demand and economy in the state.  Economics and trade stimulate science and culture.  Thus, evil begets good.

Voorwoord: NeuronNet


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