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By the end of the Old Kingdom around 2200 BCE, elephants, rhinos, wild camels, and giraffes were locally extinct in the Nile valley or on the brink of it. Old Kingdom ships sailed to Lebanon to raze their trees by 2650 BCE, which was a century before the . Slaves do not seem to have built the pyramids, but mainly during the off-season. The entire Giza complex was built in about a century and remains the ultimate elite-aggrandizing monumental architecture. It has been estimated that all the energy of Egypt’s agricultural surplus for a century was devoted to building the complex at Giza. Ancient Egypt reached the height of its power during the reign of in about 1350 BCE. Amenhotep III claimed that he personally killed 102 lions; hunting lions was the ultimate sport of pharaohs, after . , the pharaoh with the resplendent tomb, ruled a generation after Amenhotep III. The lives of thousands of slaves paid for the solid gold coffin and the . (Source: Wikimedia Commons)
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The gullibility and naïveté of those in the FE field, combined with libelers and other criminals in the ranks, are partly why, soon before he died, Brian said that if anybody brings FE to the world, it . I have either participated in, witnessed, or heard from fellow travelers all of the above approaches numerous times, and there are far more written accounts of such approaches readily available. As I watched them play out many times, it became disheartening to watch the same paths to failure doggedly pursued, often by the aspirant-of-the-hour, usually an inventor, who always thought that he had some magic formula that would work even though many thousands of his professional ancestors failed. All of those methods are ways to give our power away to someone or something else, pour the new wine into old skins, and generally act from a scarcity-based and victim-oriented perspective. None of those approaches have come close to working or are likely to. Newcomers invariably advocate some kind of shortcut, an easy path to the finish line. There are not any. The is not something that can be initiated in an afternoon, a month, or a year of effort, and I have watched many lifetimes expended in the pursuit, including mine. Nothing about this is easy, and I have helped the best of the best spend their lives trying. With a sufficient nucleus of enlightened people, it could be an easy task, but achieving that nucleus is the hard part.
The Nile River's valley made the rise of Egyptian civilization possible, and it had the Old World’s most reliable food supply. Even today, half of Egypt’s population lives on the Nile’s delta. Annual floods brought silt from deforestation and erosion from the highlands to the delta, which kept the fields fertile. Unlike the Mesopotamian disaster, salination was not a major problem for Egyptians, except at and irrigated areas above the flood line. The Egyptian and Harappan civilizations were not pristine, as they were beneficiaries of Fertile Crescent innovations, and arose from hunter-gatherer societies that did not pass through the learning and evolutionary curve for domesticating their plants and animals. Those may have been the only places on Earth where civilization first appear. If not for those regions where people domesticated plants, humanity might still be living like aboriginal Australians did for nearly 50,000 years.
What are the effects of slavery today
As with previous Epochal Events, the advances in mental achievement were as dramatic as material changes. However, other than the , humans largely possessed the same cognitive equipment. If an infant girl from the that left Africa could have been placed in a home in an industrialized nation today, there is little reason to believe that she would not live a normal life. The changes in mental achievement during the journeys of have had little to do with biological changes and, in fact, in the past 30,000 years. Humanity’s material and mental changes were thoroughly interrelated. The human world became vastly more complex with the rise of industrialization, so much so that most people today have very little understanding of how their world actually works. It usually takes systems thinkers with scientific training to to understand the modern world’s complexities. For instance, about 95% of Americans are scientifically illiterate and have little idea where their energy comes from or how the myriad moving parts of their civilizations operate and interact. Americans are effective and are , and the rest of the industrialized world is close behind, but they have little idea where any of it comes from or how it was produced and delivered to them.
Does slavery have any positive effects?
Along with the disruptions that Europe caused to the world’s people, it was depressingly common how often the natives used the newcomers to conquer their neighbors. Although Spaniards inflicted onto the Western Hemisphere in the 1500s, they often had native assistance. The Aztecs were anything but benevolent rulers; their bloody altar constantly sacrificed prisoners (it was an ), and when that ultimately conquered the Aztecs, his native allies did most of the fighting. Any natives who helped the Spaniards helped depopulate their hemisphere. When the French allied with the Huron, the first thing that the Huron did was . That backfired on the Huron, as their tribe became extinct within 40 years. In Africa and North America, when European slavers came, the natives were often only too happy to sell their neighbors into slavery, and some American tribes made for Europeans before they themselves became extinct. With a , natives almost never realized what the coming of Europeans ultimately meant. With some notable exceptions, such as and , natives could not put aside their differences and try ridding their lands of the invaders, and when some tried, it was already too late. When the British began “settling” the South Pacific, the natives used European weapons to slaughter or or .