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    social networks help devellop new tools



    the best is a combination of local developments which are frequently shared via social networks
    but to much social interaction delays new developments

    at least, according to this study/experiment :

    https://www.ancient-origins.net/news...ZZFN60cAIA-hbo

    Insights into this process can be gained by studying the few remaining hunter-gatherer societies, such as the Agta people, who live in the Philippines. An international research team has now investigated the social network of Agta hunter-gatherers to shed light on the evolution of culture. The study was led by Andrea Migliano and Lucio Vinicius from the Department of Anthropology of the University of Zurich as well as Federico Battiston from the Central European University in Budapest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bicicleur View Post
    the best is a combination of local developments which are frequently shared via social networks
    but to much social interaction delays new developments

    at least, according to this study/experiment :

    https://www.ancient-origins.net/news...ZZFN60cAIA-hbo

    Insights into this process can be gained by studying the few remaining hunter-gatherer societies, such as the Agta people, who live in the Philippines. An international research team has now investigated the social network of Agta hunter-gatherers to shed light on the evolution of culture. The study was led by Andrea Migliano and Lucio Vinicius from the Department of Anthropology of the University of Zurich as well as Federico Battiston from the Central European University in Budapest.
    I think that's right.

    In terms of comparisons with other species I think language is another huge factor.


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