Why is it that so incredibly few people look beyond their noses? Many have found that they belong to a minority of perhaps 10% or 15% (?) of the population, who are referred to as "awake," "wappies," "conspiracy theorists," or "corona deniers," a label that scientists are just as easily labeled as confused individuals.
The remaining 85% are then 'sheep' who satisfy their hunger for information through the media and who live in the belief that they themselves play no significant role, apart from their electoral vote, which many of them no longer even cast. As long as they are protected, they lovingly surrender everything that could make them powerful individuals. They have no further interest in it.
It seems to be a trend in these woke times to seek shelter in globalism, the centralized control of behavioral patterns, leaving it to the 'experts', turning off one's own mind. In short: the personal involvement leaves much to be desired, the dynamics in society languish.
There are parallels with John Calhoun's mouse experiments. For that, you have to understand that a mouse society is a fast-forward film compared to human generations.
Mouse generations follow each other hundreds of times faster than we do. The female baby mouse is able to reproduce on its own after 4-6 weeks. Mice have a gestation period of 3 weeks. A female mice then becomes pregnant about 7 times a year and the average litter size is 8 puppies. On average, 1 mother gives birth to about 50 puppies per year.
In each litter of 8 there are 4 females. 9 weeks later, all four of them also have a litter of 8 puppies with 4 females. And again a month or two later. And again... With unbridled growth, you will soon be on the millions of mice, especially if you release several pairs in a protected environment. John Calhoun did this to study how such a mouse society develops and whether we can learn something from it.
Woke mice marked final stage in Universe 25
The "Universe 25" experiment is one of the most terrifying experiments in the history of science. It is an attempt by scientists to explain human societies by the behavior of a mouse colony. The idea for "Universe 25" came from American scientist John Calhoun, who created an "ideal world" in which hundreds of mice would live and reproduce.
Calhoun built the so-called "Mouse Paradise", a specially designed space where the rodents had an abundance of food and water and a large living space. In the beginning, he placed four pairs of mice that began to reproduce in a short time, causing their population to grow rapidly.
However, after 315 days, their reproduction began to decrease significantly. When the number of rodents reached 600, a hierarchy arose between them, and then the so-called "stakkers" appeared. The larger rodents began to attack the group, with the result that many males began to "collapse" psychologically.
As a result, the females no longer protected themselves and in turn became aggressive towards their young. Over time, the females showed more and more aggressive behavior, isolation elements and a lack of reproductive drive. The birth rate decreased, and at the same time mortality among younger rodents increased.
Then a new class of male rodents appeared, the so-called "beautiful mice". They refused to mate with the females or "fight" for their space. All they cared about was eating and sleeping. At one time, "beautiful males" and "isolated females" made up the majority of the population.
The mice seemed to be embroiled in a kind of sexuality and gender crisis. Gender roles were broken.
According to Calhoun, the dying phase consisted of two phases: the "first death" and the "second death". The first was marked by the loss of a purpose in life beyond mere existence — no desire to mate, raise young, or play a role in society. Over time, juvenile mortality reached 100% and reproduction zero.
Among the endangered mice, homosexuality was observed, and at the same time cannibalism increased, despite the fact that there was enough food. Two years after the start of the experiment, the last baby of the colony was born. By 1973, he had killed the last mouse in the Universe 25. John Calhoun repeated the same experiment 25 more times and each time the result was the same.
Weak, feminized men with little to no skills and no protective instincts, and overly excited and aggressive women with no maternal instincts are signs on the wall for a coming social collapse, including the text of this article, also as a Dutch version.
Or better: Societal Collapse, including the text of this article, also as a Dutch version.
Calhoun's scholarly work has been used as a model for interpreting social collapse, and his research serves as a focal point for the study of urban sociology.
Urbansociology. Would there be other processes in the province? Could just be if we look at the polls.
It's not woke's fault. Woke is a stage in a cycle. Whether it can be reversed...?
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