To Look into the Soul 12) The logic of the movement of the soul.

Look into the Soul. 12) The logic of the movement of the soul.

1) The copying your structure is a property of inorganic and organic structures.

2) Inorganic structures remained in place, or lost the competition. They remained at the stage of transformation of raw materials into their structures.

3) The first step of organic structures was the transformation of raw materials into their structures.

4) The absorption of other people’s structures has become a more economical consumption of kilocalories.

5) Parasitizing on someone else’s structure and consuming its parts turned out to be even more economical. But if the consumed structure was disbanded, and a number of others were not found, then a program of behavior for the consumption of foreign constituent elements appeared without destroying the consumed structure. With an abundance of consumed structures, predatory consumption became more profitable again.

6) There are programs of behavior:

6.1) transformation of elements into their structures;

6.2) consumption of ready-made protein structures;

6.3) parasitism on ready-made protein structures;

6.4) copying their programs of behavior.

7) Formation of combinations of the listed programs of behavior.

8) Formation of complex circuits from simple combinations of behavior programs.

9) There were not enough own resources for copying. We need cooperation. Sexual reproduction occurs.

10) The set of behavioral programs becomes more complex, the environment changes faster.

11) Behavior programs are concentrated in the ID archive.

12) There is a need for flexible programs of behavior with the possibility of correction.

13) These flexible behaviors are concentrated in the EGO archive.

14) To resolve the contradictions between ID and EGO, the rudiments of the mind are needed.

15) To save kilocalories when creating complex combinations of behavior programs, EGO has a program of behavior “doing as I do”. Packs and rules of behavior within the pack are formed.

16) EGO’s new behavioral programs ensure that the rules of behavior in the pack are followed.

17) The flock becomes a new structure with its own rules of behavior.

18) We need connections that keep the flock in a single whole. If the initial structure was held by the forces of chemical compounds (covalent bonds), then new bonds are needed in the flock. These are mental connections:

18.1) vertical aggression, hierarchy, fear, submission;

18.2) horizontally courting, caring for children, helping each other.

19) The size of the pack and the rules of conduct held are based on personal communication. The enlargement of the flock does not allow keeping it in a single whole and copying and separation occurs.

20) We now have many community units called flocks.

21) You can get food, win the fight if you have a more cohesive and organized structure that spends less kilocalories.

22) New functions appear — information transfer, discussion and decision making. This is already within the power of the tribes.

23) Initially, all this happened in the evenings around the fire. Information was exchanged using body movements, facial expressions and shouts. In a person’s throat, the voices of both birds and animals gathered by copying. The transmission of information through smells began to weaken. Our nervous system could not spend so many kilocalories on servicing all streams of information.

24) With the help of dances (body movements), it was possible to discuss the events of the day and plans for tomorrow. Even a recipe for cooking meat with vegetables on fire.

25) But body movement cannot convey information about the reliability of congeners when hunting.

26) According to Harari, the language that was previously used to issue commands has begun to be used for gossip, discussing social connections (nowadays, social networks do this).

27) The development of gossip and the discussion of connections leads to the appearance in the souls of myths, totems, legends and images of animals and animals.

28) If someone, at a distance, makes a proposal to improve hunting, then this is approved. If a kinsman nearby expressed the same, then his address arose aggression generated by the struggle for a rating in the tribe. This created the premise of resolving disputes with fictional characters.

29) Initially, conflicts in the pack were resolved by the alpha male. Repeatedly referring to the alpha male is a large expenditure of kilocalories. There is a need for fictional patrons of the tribe. Rules of conduct for communication with these patrons are being developed. Shamans appear in the tribe, they monopolize knowledge for communication with fictitious patrons.

30) There are many tribes with their own rules of conduct, programs of behavior enshrined in the souls.

31) You need to build the Tower of Babel, pyramids and irrigation canals. How to unite the souls of people for the construction of large objects?

32) The hierarchical structure grows vertically. Supreme leaders, army, kings, officials appear.

33) The rulers introduce new rules of conduct. And they need new perfume.

If the model responds to external influences and is not contradictory, then it probably exists in reality (as a model of Lobachevsky’s geometry).

If the model responds to external influences and is not contradictory, then it probably exists in reality (as a model of Lobachevsky’s geometry).

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