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Civilized Human vs. Neanderthal: How Can They Be Distinguished?

Written by John (the other John).

We often read stories of epic battles between human versus nature, and the occasional story of human versus beast, but how about civilized human versus Neanderthal, and how do we differentiate the two. Without getting into the actual science with this topic, we can instead discuss what we observe with our own eyes. The most basic variable that distinguishes the two is the ability/inability to forego immediate gratification, and instead to pursue some delayed award/benefit. Yes, it is that simple. And we can apply this one variable today to distinguish between civilized humans and modern-day Neanderthals.

Some examples of this include (but are not limited to):

 Neanderthal  Civilized Human
  • Theft
  • Partying it up
  • Impregnate every female so to compete for the greatest number of out-of-wedlock kids
  • Have bi-polar-like anger issues in which they can kill another human for the slightest thing
  • Want other people to work to pay for their non-working lazy @$$
  • Not go to church because they are hung-over from Saturday night
  • Blame everyone else for their failures
  • Refuse to learn the simplest house chores
  • Evades the police
  • Believes in a divine government
  • Violates the laws
  • Bad attitude
  • Holds a grudge
  • Hates people
  • Work hard to purchase a product
  • Study in school for good grades
  • Have a loving married relationship with kids
  • Remain calm
  • Work hard to feed their family
  • Go to church on Sunday
  • Take responsibility for their actions
  • Have patience to learn
  • Greets the police
  • Believes in a divine God
  • Follows the laws
  • Positive attitude
  • Forgives
  • Loves their fellow human
So now that we began this list, let us discuss what people who we know or what people who we come into contact with fall into these categories. But more importantly, does this list have a near 100% accuracy into predicting the success/failure of people? Now let us extrapolate from this and apply this in the macro to cities and to nations, and then we realize just how predictable it is whether they are successful or failures.

As we can observe, it is not about supremacy that causes success/failure, instead, it is all about attitude and behaviour.
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