CDZ Will Jobs or People be Faster to Flee?

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    If I understand correctly what you are writing here, the competition is in dynamic structures that people individually develop in order to process information. This still supports my point though. In addition, this may not even be a finite system, because information explicit and implied are different in different languages.

    I live in an area where 3 languages are regularly spoken everywhere, French, German, and even English in offices. The more various implied structures and inferences you need to go through, the slower you progress with it. Even more challenging is when incoming material is by people who never learnt in school how to structure paragraphs and information in general.

    This can be even harder than being a maths student with the wildest analytical problem.

    So, the problem remains, natural selection and time makes it harder to survive even in your business. Time itself can reduce your ability to adapt to information. So a strategy of moving becomes self depleting too.

    Maybe I am misunderstanding your point. Looking at your bell curve diagram, the survival zone seems shifting graduall to the right.
     
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    You didn't. I wasn't at all writing about competition.
     
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    I am gradually arriving at a solid observation, that people are part of the land that they are born at. Not only this, but also even more importantly, the capabilities of human individuals are set at birth, in addition to the effect of their early living environment. This makes humans geographic entities.

    Based on his birth capabilities and early environment, a never educated Chinese peasant can perform better than a Harward graduate in a global management consultancy in Luxemburg, if he gets an access. But the Harward graduate can never transform himself to become that Chinese peasant, and that peasant can never transform itself to become a Harward graduate either.
     
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    When people are called to move or study, that is for competition.
     
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    You should move with all deliberate haste to disabuse yourself of that notion. While one might be able to figuratively say that the land is part of the people who occupy it, the reverse simply is not so. People, unlike trees (which actually are part of the land) can move among places. They can take a quantity of the dirt with them, but they cannot take the land with them when the move to a new land. The only attachment people have with the land is emotional, and emotional bonds need not be discarded when one moves to a new land.

    What? What on earth makes you think that a Harvard graduate cannot be taught whatever one must know and do to be a peasant in China and, in turn, farm a parcel of land? I doubt any Harvard graduate would do so, but whether they can do so is not in question.

    Going the other way -- from peasant to graduating from a good U.S. college -- is also not impossible from the standpoint of the peasant's having or not having the mental acuity to do so. To be sure, it's not at all easy either, but that appears to be largely a function of rural schools peasants attend having a dearth of resources for educating students, not because the students have the brains and/or will to do so.

    WTF are you thinking!?! Did you write that while under the influence of a mind-altering substance? "Never educated" people -- be they Chinese or any other nationality, peasant or wealthy -- absolutely cannot "perform better than a Harvard graduate in a global management consultancy in Luxemburg." They cannot because among the many things an education provides is literacy, which is an absolute requirement for working in any capacity at any global management consultancy.
     
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    Okay, we can go item by item to address your points.

    1. Strange it may sound, but no, people can't move, they are very much like trees. Deport them like the socialist always do, and observe that they stop thriving forever, eventually they disband and decompose into the national majority bio mass.

    2. It supports my point, that the peasant that can finish Harward cannot be swapped with the other peasant that can't, the peasants are geographic entities, not inter changeable. The same way, a Harward graduate can learn how to be a peasant, and another Harward graduate can never learn how to be a peasant. Geographic entities.

    3. No, because he will fail in his education, whilst the other one will go a good length learning on the job even before he begins his education.
     
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    87% of lost manufacturing jobs were automated. Republicans are terrified their base will find out.
     
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    Those shithole southern states suck. I was there and could not find a single person with common sense or an ability to figure logically. Then there is the weather and the language that isn't real english but some bastardised form.
     
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    We’ll be tickled to death if you will just stay up north with all the smart people.
     

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