Innovation-Diffusion Theory Of History

  1. Plough land.
  2. Plant seed.
  3. Water plant.
  4. Remove weeds.
  5. Erect scarecrow
  6. Take down scarecrow, start dream journal to cope with nightmares
  7. Harvest plant
  8. Profit. No blood involved
  9. Kill an animal to propitiate the bloodthirsty god of agriculture, ensuring next year’s harvest success

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