F. S. Miller

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    I have visited Turkey and you have essay writing topic that Turkey is the paradise on the earth. This is really beautiful and attractive place. The people of that place are very sweet and co-operative. Especially they always welcome to the tourists.
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Sensibility in an often senseless world.
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    F. S. Miller commented on Chrysippus's wall:
    "We can only assume our evolutionary niche" - but are required to function in a society outside of said 'niche'.
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Assuming there is a separation in populations, those of exceptionally high IQs (relative to today's averages) would inevitably need new languages or forms of communication so as to more appropriately express their thoughts. Would new languages develop by natural means? Would they be deliberately created? Would phonetic forms of communication even be used?
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Assuming there is a separation in populations, those of exceptionally high IQs would inevitably need new languages or forms of communication so as to more appropriately express their thoughts. Would new languages develop by natural means? Would they be deliberately created? Would phonetic forms of communication even be used?
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Assuming there is a separation in populations, those of exceptionally high IQs (relative to today's average) would inevitably need new languages or forms of communication so as to more appropriately express their thoughts. Would new languages develop by natural means? Would they be d
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Assuming there is a separation in populations, those of exceptionally high IQs would inevitably need new languages or forms of communication so as to more appropriately express their thoughts. Would new languages develop by natural means? Would they be deliberately created? Would phonetic forms of communication even be used?
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Assuming there is a separation in populations, those of exceptionally high IQs would inevitably need new languages or forms of communication so as to more appropriately express their thoughts. Would new languages develop by natural means? Would they be delib
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Assuming there is a separation in populations, those of exceptionally high IQs would inevitably need new languages or forms of communication so as to more appropriately express themselves. Would new languages develop by natural means? Would they be deliberately created? Would phonetic forms of communication even be used?
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller Assuming there is a separation in populations, those of exceptional
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    F. S. Miller
    F. S. Miller It's a shame that the majority of the world's population is better fit for life in the late Stone Age than for contemporary life; this can only lead to problems as the world continues to change ever more rapidly. The modern global environment transforms much faster than species have ever historically had to adapt - both in a physical sense and, especially for humans, a conceptual sense; what used to take place over millions of years now occurs over centuries, decades. The end of the Pleistocene and the ongoing Holocene have witnessed the most severe extinction event ever to affect Earth - and yet this issue is far from salient to the general public. Are humans in the process of speciating? Are those who chart at the far-right end of the cognitive bell-curve and who possess more civil dispositions moving farther away from their ancestral population? Is this outlook too dismal? Why or why not? Or, am I completely off the mark? Please, feel free to share your thoughts.
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    F. S. Miller https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/02/160216104552.htm
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