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Sandra: Farmers are staying in one place so they can keep watch over their food they are growing and once they grow up, they harvest the food and plant seeds to start the cycle over again.
I got a tree full of oranges!
I got an apple!
Most fruit given to me will be able to pass on their generation.
David: Although the farmers have food and everything this accumulates a society with wealth and social classes. This makes it so it is now worth it to steal and fight over wealth. People who are poor will fight the people with wealth and steal from them. Farmers now have warfare between two societies that need a lacking resource the other party has.
Sandra: Now that the worry of food is gone, there are new occupations that other people can take up such as a blacksmith to forge weapons for the military. This also means trading is now available as people with new things other people don't have can trade for a universal currency.
David: In societies after the Neolithic Revolution, men were more dominant as they compete each other for the glory of having their genes passed down by women. The women cannot participate in such matters as they are taking care of their own babies.
David: Since farmers have to stay in one place to grow their food, chances are famine will happen as tornadoes or natural disasters will ruin their crops and cause famine which spreads to the farm and to everywhere else.
Sandra: Even though all of the problems listed before were troublesome as time goes technology will grow and all of these problems will be solved eventually. Foragers won't be able to grow in technology as they have to move places more often and can't invent stuff as that takes a long time.
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