What do you think of the above statement?
Let's assume that progress can be independent of war. This means the most advanced civilizations will be those that don't waste resources on war but on progress itself. This also means that their defensive capabilities will be less than those who focus on war. Thus the warlike civilizations will be able to defeat them. As such after sufficient time the warlike civilization will have prevailed, thus being the most advanced civilization. This directly contradicts the initial assumption.
#Athens is full of cats. I mean there must be millions of cats. I always thought it's because people love and feed them. TIL they are protected city property and are taken care by the city with help from volunteers.
And it's illegal to take away their food.
Better, but not perfect. Still not crispy enough
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And as always, boosts are appreciated!
They need less temp and more time...
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