When you ask and you receive.
I listened to this while writing this post, try it while you read :o)
This is the fifth in a series of posts reflecting on our willingness to remember and the quality of that knowledge. These posts should be read in order of publication. Starting with number six, for example, would make no sense to the reader. Happy reading!
In the spirit of John Plant, let’s set off on an exploration of access to technologies according to certain criteria. My starting hypothesis is that the need for access to technology varies according to the scarcity of access to basic human resources.
Access to water. We’ve already covered this subject in other posts and I should probably add links here to improve my SEO, but hey, I’ll let you look for them yourself. This access to water is an easily analyzable element. First of all, humans will always tend to settle close to elementary resources. Water, food, location in order to protect themselves against bad weather and the dangers of nature.
Our first ancestors, who were relatively nomadic, naturally favored movement to the complexity of the camp. Food moved around, so could become scarcer, we had to wait for resources to run out before moving, but as time went by, our brain and its complexity detected a repetitive pattern. The first one to understand this pattern must have wanted to communicate it to the other members of the tribe, otherwise it would have made no sense to go alone. They therefore had to be successful in communicating their message. The first whistle-blower, you might say.
To be continued…
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Translation by Abbie Sims: https://www.linkedin.com/in/acsims/
Last Updated on December 1, 2020 by Coach Danny