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  1. As Rutger Bregman states in his book Utopia for...

    As Rutger Bregman states in his book Utopia for Realists (another must read): "Up to a per capita GDP of roughly $5,000 a year, life expectancy increases more or less automatically. But once there’s...
  2. There is at least one country that did change...

    There is at least one country that did change from a democracy (well actually a hybrid regime based on the definition of the Democracy Index) to an authoritarian regime despite having a GDP per...
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    You can see that the blue line goes straight from...

    You can see that the blue line goes straight from Greece to Aquitaine in SW France. The data points in the supplements confirm it. The sites of La Lede du Gurp in Aquitaine and La Roche aux Fées in...
  4. GDP per capita has grown tremendously over the...

    GDP per capita has grown tremendously over the last 150 years. Have a look at the economic growth data from Our World in Data. The first country to enjoy a GDP per capita (PPP) of $6,000 was...
  5. How GDP per capita can influence the stability of a democracy

    Adam Przeworski, a Polish-American professor of political science at New York University, has written several papers and books regarding the relationship between economic prosperity and the stability...
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    It's a shame that they did not document the...

    It's a shame that they did not document the Neolithic progression in North Africa, as there is no way to know from their data points if the Cardial farmers in Southwest Europe really came straight...
  7. Any person, organisation or company is deeply...

    Any person, organisation or company is deeply involved in his/her/its dominant meme. They think it's a valid solution for the problems of existence and are convinced of the correctness of their...
  8. Japan is a particularly interesting example of a...

    Japan is a particularly interesting example of a country working on different segments of the spiral at the same time. In my article The Six Faces of Japanese Religion, I explained how various...
  9. One thing I really like about the concept fo...

    One thing I really like about the concept fo spiral dynamics is that people and societies evolve along the spiral, and because of this can be in intermediary stages between two levels. A spiral is a...
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    This study is best summarised by this video in...

    This study is best summarised by this video in the supplements.

    https://static-content.springer.com/esm/art%3A10.1038%2Fs41562-020-0897-7/MediaObjects/41562_2020_897_MOESM2_ESM.gif
  11. You are entirely right. People belonging to...

    You are entirely right. People belonging to different memes (levels of development) cannot understand or accept the ethos of people at other levels. This is one of the most common sources of...
  12. I forgot to mention that in the concept of spiral...

    I forgot to mention that in the concept of spiral dynamics each level of existence transcends and includes the previous ones. When, depending on living conditions, a new level of existence is being...
  13. Almost the same as L54. It split a few centuries...

    Almost the same as L54. It split a few centuries later, circa 15,000 years ago.
  14. Spiral dynamics within a person's life It is...

    Spiral dynamics within a person's life

    It is important to understand that, even though societies have evolved historically as I explained above, individuals evolve at their own independent pace....
  15. Spiral dynamics - the evolution of human cultures

    I have recently come across the concept of spiral dynamics, a model of eight levels of increasingly complex human value systems (or vMemes) consisting of sets of world views, preferences, and...
  16. Exactly. In fact all these ancient populations...

    Exactly. In fact all these ancient populations have small sample size (anything under 100 is tiny, and under 1000 is still small when it comes to determining the evolution of phenotypes in a...
  17. You are making me doubt. I thought that the table...

    You are making me doubt. I thought that the table showed the allele frequency, since no population has 100% of blue eyes or blond hair and the table would suggest that Iron Age Ingrians did. That's...
  18. Q1a is North Asian rather than East Asian. I...

    Q1a is North Asian rather than East Asian. I think that the fact that the first Amerindians (Clovis culture) were all Q1a-L54 is proof enough of a Siberian origin over 14,000 years ago. According to...
  19. Also interesting is this table of phenotypes...

    Also interesting is this table of phenotypes across the ages in Northeast Europe. I have laid over colours to visualise the evolution more easily. Fatyanovo R1a-Z93 tribes had an overall pigmentation...
  20. If I say it, it is because it makes sense and...

    If I say it, it is because it makes sense and there is evidence for it. Please refer to my history of haplogroup Q. Anyway it's not news that hg Q1a was found among ancient Northeast Europeans.
  21. Autosomally, the Fatyanovo individuals are very...

    Autosomally, the Fatyanovo individuals are very similar to the other Corded Ware people as well as (presumably northern) Bell Beaker samples.

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  22. All the samples are from Northwest Russia,...

    All the samples are from Northwest Russia, between Moscow and Vologda, except the two Mesolithic samples which are north of Vologda.

    The only male Mesolithic sample is R1a5-YP1301 (under YP1272)....
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    The ancient Umbrian samples stand out by their...

    The ancient Umbrian samples stand out by their low percentage of haplogroup H (27%). The average in Italy today is 40% (39% in Umbria according to the paper). No modern population anywhere has 30% of...
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    Another great comic book series is Murena, about...

    Another great comic book series is Murena, about the life of Emperor Nero. Like the Eagles of Rome it is definitely rated 18+ on all levels, but that's often the case for realistic works on ancient...
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    The H40 sample from Bell Beaker Poland is from...

    The H40 sample from Bell Beaker Poland is from Juras et al 2020.

    There is no reliable way to measure the number of generations separating two individuals using mtDNA. Some mtDNA clades have...
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