posted on Sep, 20 2021 @ 04:13 PM
a reply to: crayzeed
Work is something that may not last much longer either. In fact, for a large portion of the world work does not exist. The middle east is full of
kept citizens, supported with oil money. The west is full of people taking various levels of welfare. If you listen to why westerners aren't
working, it starts to make sense in the prism of this study...they want to be paid enough to find value in what they do. And they aren't wrong to
feel that way, regardless of how many on the right have bought into the class warfare that keeps wages low at the expense of the middle class.
The one thing that, for now, hedges against this is the sheer size of the enclosure. They found that its fullest capacity couldn't be reached. The
parallel for us is regional, as areas of the world have this population issue, and those same areas see lower birth rates. In the US, you dont have
low birth rates in the rural areas...its the cities.
20 years ago we were studying what makes people gay, trying to isolate nature or nurture. What we found was an epigenetic basis for homosexuality,
more or less (its more complex than that, and that is pretty complex). Long story short: epigenetics are a method by which DNA can be primed for
over writing. You create epigenetic markers in response to environment, and in some cases those epigenetic markers can be transcribed onto DNA. In
the case of homosexuality, it does not. Epigenetics controls how DNA is expressed. Its kind of like a way for the DNA to have its focus directed
based on the environment is being expressed within. If that isn't support for the OP, i don't know what is.