Schools aren’t built for learning

It is like killing the ability of a cheetah to run. It is like killing the ability of a fish to swim, or a bird to fly. It deprives humans, bright creative kids, out of their creativity. Like a tiger’s weapon is its hunting skill, human’s weapon is his brain and his ability to solve interesting problems with his brain.

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Dispersal is extinction insurance

During the ice ageĀ 200,000 years ago, Our ancestors dispersed throughout the planet and that ensured their existence even if a disaster strikes in any one particular place. Mammoth and other primates did not disperse. They remained concentrated in one place so they ran the risk of extinction if any disaster strikes that place. This is a very useful analogy. I

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