Abu Hureyra, Syria + archaeological evidence for domestication

In 1963, despite fact project would eventually flood dozens of modern villages and ancient sites. The government of Syrian Arab Republic, decided to create dams on upper Euphrates river. Culminating a series of excavation and archaeological rescue operations. Among them, an extraordinary neolithic site. Abu Hureyra.
In a short span of less than 35 years. They gathered more information about the human being transition to agriculture, then anywhere previously; with more details. Using + setting the standard for new techniques, and with less time.

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Ideas for a modern, earthly, planetary business: narrate, invest, copy.

Neolithic Arch represents and encourages the best interest, and goals that pre-empt any successful business. Maximizing skill sets, doing less with more; minimizing costs, while maximizing profits; and environmentally pioneering. It should be the goal of any earthly, planetary business. So whats the delay on our approach as the fundamental leader? Included are some suggestions, that help with that leadership and dynamic change. Instead of doctrinal punch outs, accept the reality modern narration ignores. Rather than investing in tech and real estate. Invest in pest control, chimney cleaning, and log cabin building. And, while copying each other, and finding new ways to identify the same thing, are cool for a bit. Keep a majority of proprietary information in house. These ideas represent power, are more along the lines of concurring fate and destiny, and that are neolithic.
Modern narration needs to drop the hype beasts. Accept and gain momentum using pest control, chimney cleaning, and log cabin buildings 12000 year charge. Using doctrinal punch outs, narration can ignore the blunt realities: intelligence is racism, and that hereditary behaviourism is discrediting. So why the duality? Rich white people, thought it was a great return on investment, in Indonesia, as a beach surf spot, in 2004. Until a tidal wave hit, killing nearly 200,000. What’s stopping progressives from building biogeodesic domes to stop natural disasters; cancerous sunshine; air pollution; and, rain, tidal waves, and flooding? There billions saved in maintenance, health care and addiction. When everyone has a safe place, and is on the same page. Its not discrediting, or racist. It also developed something nationally iconic to statute our people and the state of environment. Narration too often unwreckagnizes fate, and accepts untruths, which can be far worse. Drop the sexist, racist hype, be like Narch and adopt a more realistic perspective.
Instead of investing entirely in tech and real estate. Invest in millennia old services, such as the Neolithic Arches. The market consumer invests so heavily in two areas. Covid hits and wallop. We have the greatest debt of all time, including unprecedented inflation. Its like a 1987, West Edmonton Mall business meeting, over and over again. “Do we need another arcade game, or amusement ride?” Consumers kept investing in similar technology, but are we better off? A catastrophe like Covid19 helped the rich get young Canadians more unprepared for 100s of generations. Comparing, millennia old services. They require little costs, not a lot of skills, are mostly face to face, and people are happier. Don’t invest too much in tech and real estate. Because they don’t provide a accurate estimate to life and life worthiness.
Rather than copying each other, and find new ways to identity the same thing. Keep proprietary ideas and technology in house. Examples include facebooks cellphone messenger software, vs the letter mail. How bad is it, when your cellphone, is mostly made in China. For $28 dollars, then repackaged for hundreds more. It’s similarly costing to a chimney sweep, and cords of wood; custom built log picnic table; or, annual pest control protection plan. It seems like the real winners are people that don’t talk face to face anymore, with robots, or are involved in the global supply chain. Lap after lap, rather than science fictionate, celebrate and annunciate whats proprietary and natural. Its a better deal than going to the mall, over and over again, for the same thing in different packaging. Repititon, and automation are brainwashing us.
Less is more, more skill sets; less costs; more profits; protecting the environment and saving the planet. Fate, destiny, and 12,000 years progressiveness represent the goals best of any business. Its the reason NA will never get hit. Instead of, think sensible, and look thru history. Rather than mundanely trapping people, using racisms and fake behaviourists. Modernize, and build a biogeodesic dome. Don’t totally invest in short term (tech and real estate). Go millennial old services. And, when spying and copying each other, keep a majority of proprietary information in house. Applying these suggestions, maybe one day you’ll be as successful as Narch. If not, take your pick! There’s always another amusement ride or arcade machine. Best of luck!

“A Progressive Manifesto.” The Good Society, Vol 8, No 1, Winter 1998 Page(s) 64-65 By: Brown, Peter A.

In the hapless decade of the 1990s, a public affairs professor from the University of Maryland penned a simple two-page manifesto explaining what progressive ideology is and, more importantly, what it is not.
This effort on the part of Mr. Peter Brown was meant to clear away some of the increasing confusion surrounding progressivism, and to quell the radical nihilism which had already begun to appear at that time. “I think,” Brown wrote, “that we are losing sight of what it means to be a progressive.”
Brown lamented the fact that progressive ideology seemed to have become “compatible with virtually everything” and that was a problem because if progress became all things to all people, it would “lead to a lack of focus.” So in 1998, Brown was trying to herd his chaotic and unruly progressives back onto point. Progress, as rationally defined by Brown, meant consistent improvement in six clearly defined areas. He advocated for a reduction of disease, violence, famine, and malnutrition, as well as the elimination of unjustified taxes and political corruption.
Many people who do not even consider themselves progressive would, in Brown’s estimation of it, rethink their position, and that is especially true when he explains what progressives are not. Brown argued that progressives do not believe that the free-market system is evil; they do not believe in central planning or socialism; they do not believe in the nationalization of industry; and most importantly, real progressives “do not believe in a final victory.”
Brown underlines this last point. He explains that the overall progressive goal “is not a state to be achieved but a continual process of reconstruction and vigilance.” Brown tries to disillusion the more utopian progressives when he explains that “we expect neither a plateau nor a panacea.”
In other words, Brown was suggesting that, contrary to what most progressives believed at that time—and still believe with even more fervor today—there will be no final victory; no desirable state of affairs at “the end” of history. Progressivism, he was compelled to remind them, is not concerned with the final perfection of Mankind, and he wrote that mostly because his fellow progressives did believe that.