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What do you think has been the most important advancement in human history?


 

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    hockey8mn 4 years ago

    I agree with you, but a lot of people (maybe not a lot) argue that it is the worst thing that ever happened. However, without agriculture, we wouldn't have complex societies with specialist workers.


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Agriculture as the Greatest Advancement in Human Civilisation: Some Critical Landmarks in the Quest of Food Security

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    hockey8mn 4 years ago

    I will play devils advocate here and say isn't that what makes us human? So is that an advancement in human history or just part of the evolutionary process in creating humans?

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    hockey8mn 4 years ago

    Then couldn't you say the great discovery that leads to what you think the greatest discovery is, is the most important advancement in human history? Also, I never asked what the first great invention was, but the "most important advancement".


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