When you put yourself under the magnifying glass.
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
This post is the twenty-first in a series of posts about a reflection on our ability to socially evolve. These posts should be read in the order of their publication. For example, starting with the 6th would make no sense to the reader. Happy reading!
How would we know if we are evolving globally? Well, let’s lay out some groundwork.
First of all, let’s go for some figures that we will need.
- World population;
- Ratios of education levels;
- Medians of wealth in relation to the cost of living;
- Unemployment and employment rates;
- Turnover or GDP;
Let’s stop here for now. This data could help us identify some reports, albeit in an incomplete way. For example, we could find the median education ratio to identify whether it correlates with GDP or unemployment, etc.
Secondly, we could test out some hypotheses. Is the number of experts for a given complexity? In the definition of expertise education, we could include IQ, income compared to the median, and most importantly, the profile of jobs held. For example, an increasing but irregular income and a chaotic job profile could denote an expert profile. A stagnant and regular income combined with permanent employment would hardly be an expert profile. In terms of complexity, you could talk about the cost of living in relation to total wealth. You could also talk about the differences between levels of wealth and the number of sectors and sub-sectors of activity. The division and multiplication of specializations clearly demonstrate the complexity of life.
To be continued…
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Last Updated on December 1, 2020 by Coach Danny