Shamans were the first professional class in human history (no shit Sherlock, I could have told you that 5 years ago, "science" is so behind the times... they got complacent, lazy and the conspiracy researchers filled the void) by Vigte in YoungerDryas

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Legit as a gutbuster. Thank you good sir. I plan to read the full article and proffer a proper opinion.

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Thanks!

Shamans were the first professional class in human history (no shit Sherlock, I could have told you that 5 years ago, "science" is so behind the times... they got complacent, lazy and the conspiracy researchers filled the void) by Vigte in YoungerDryas

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Instead of providing observable evidence(archeological artidacts) the author of the paper infers a direct attribution of shaman to be applied to a wide variety of occupations already known to have been of the first. While I don't object to this as valid, it doesn't cement the authors theory for me personally. Cool article and I appreciate the post!

Shamans were the first professional class in human history (no shit Sherlock, I could have told you that 5 years ago, "science" is so behind the times... they got complacent, lazy and the conspiracy researchers filled the void) by Vigte in YoungerDryas

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Is there a free version of the scientific article linked in the OP article?

Scientific studies publications are normally at least a decade of effort for the authors. The narrow focus of the theory seems to make the scientific article unique because actually proving something so specific from the past is actually very difficult. The citations from the scientific article are broader which give an example of more popularized historical speculations of what people did.

But until time travel is invented, no one will ever be 100% accurate about the past.

A reminder that Monsanto and DuPont used nearly $9 million to defeat GMO labelling in Washington. by HibikiBlack in conspiracy

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Monsanto also got bought out by Bayer

Most Stressed-Out States in the US by magnora7 in maps

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Stuff like this should really include places like Puerto Rico and the virgin islands since they are still technically US territory.

Welcome to Saidit.net! by magnora7 in SaidIt

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Can i buy stock in Saidit?

Why have ‘non-essential’ government functions at all? by dcjogger in politics

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Nonessential government organizations make it possible to fund large, long term projects that would otherwise be unfeasible if a private sector organization attempted to do the same thing.

Councilman wants Portsmouth to ban racist groups from protesting in the city by dcjogger in politics

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How is this not considered radical authoritarian policy making?

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