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Samo Burja is a sociologist and founder of Bismarck Analysis that attempts to answer the question: why do some societies live on, while others crumble away? During Samo Burja's conversation with Vance Crowe they discuss technologies that were lost for hundreds of years, the value of mentorship to pass along complex skills, how the Catholic church endured for thousands of years without being able to have children and Burja's controversial hypothesis that agriculture is much older than originally thought (10,000 years).
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