Timeline of Human Genius!


evolution and social progress from 50,000 B.C. to today

Timeline of
Human Genius!


social progress from 50,000 B.C. to today

Today

Holism

Worldcentric, Systems,
“Everyone is right”, Connected

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World leaders adopt Sustainable Development Goals

At the United Nations Sustainable Development Summit on 25 September 2015, more than 150 world leaders adopted the new 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

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High Seas

UN resolves to develop marine biodiversity treaty for the high seas

A landmark resolution was adopted earlier today by a consensus of UN member states, to develop a legally-binding treaty for the conservation of marine life beyond national territorial waters – that area of the ocean shared by all. Resolution UNGA 99/292 formalizes the recommendations made last January by the UN Ad Hoc Open-ended Informal Working Group (“UN Working Group”) which was tasked with assessing the feasibility of a new treaty, and signals a major step forward toward convening an intergovernmental negotiating conference that would finalize the terms of the new treaty, possibly in 2018.

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San Francisco bans sale of plastic water bottles on city property

Americans use 50 billion plastic water bottles a year, according to an anti-plastic bottle campaign Ban the Bottle, and just 23% of those are recycled. Ban violators found selling plastic water bottles 21 oz or below on city grounds after October 2014 would be subject to a fine up to $1000, according to the San Fransisco Examiner.

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1960s

Pluralism

Egalitarian, Multi-cultural, Non-hierarchical, Tolerance

17th Century

Reason

Science, Mechanistic, Materialism, Technology

~1,000 B.C.

Order

Right and wrong, Religion, Conformity, Law, Authoritarianism

~10,000 B.C.

Individualism

Self distinct from tribe, Heroism, Power, Might is right

~25,000 B.C.

Mysticism

Rituals, Spirits, Animism, Tribes, Superstitions

Pre-History

Instinct

Survival, Sex, Food, First human societies, Infants



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