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The transition from homogeneous toequally heterogeneous is reflected in the progress of civilization, and inthe progress of each nation and continues with constantly increasing rapidity.As we see in the still existing wild tribes, society in itsthe first and lowest form is a homogeneous collection of individuals, withthe same power and the same activities; the only noticeable differencethere is due to the difference of sex. Every man is warrior, hunter, fisherman,gunsmith, Builder; every woman performs the same homework. Withvery early then, however, in the process of social development we findthe emerging differentiation between rulers and ruled. Somethinglike seniority is, it seems, simultaneously with the beginnings of the transition fromthe state of separate wandering families to the state of the nomadic tribe.The authority of the strongest makes itself feel in the wild, in a herdanimals or a crowd of pupils. Initially, however, the authority of thisuncertain, precarious; they are other members, with approximatelythe same power; it is not accompanied by any difference in occupation orlifestyle: the first ruler kills his prey, he makes histhe weapon, he builds his hut and, from an economic point of view, nodiffers from other members of his tribe. Little by little, increasingtribe, the distinction between rulers and ruled becomes morecertain. Supreme power becomes hereditary in one family;the head of this family, being unable himself to take care of their needs, takesservices of others and begins to learn the only role of the ruler. Nearthis control began to arise akin of his view of management - managementreligious.
In the thin crust thus formed,seems to us the first noticeable differentiation. Further coolingand dependent thickening of the crust followed by the deposition of all ableto seal the elements contained in the atmosphere, had finallyproduce and concentration of water, which existed first in the form of steam. Thisthere was a second significant differentiation, and as the condensation mustto happen on the coldest parts of the surface, near the poles,thus was formed the first geographical distinction inparts of the Earth. To this evidence of increasing heterogeneity, whichalthough based on the known laws of matter, but still can be consideredmore or less hypothetical, Geology adds a long row of such,installed inductive way. Studies show thatThe earth is becoming more and more heterogeneous as multiplication layers,forming its bark, then, that it became more nebulous andregarding the composition of these layers, the last of which is formed fromthe wreckage of the old layers have become extremely complicated through the mixingthey contained materials and, finally, that this heterogeneity significantlyincreased action still hot core of the Earth to its surface, causingand there was not only a huge variety of plutonic mountains butthe inclination of the deposited layers at different angles, the formation of gaps,metal lived and infinite wrongness and Dodge Geologists sayyet, because of the size of elevations on the Earth's surface has changed, that the oldestmountain system least high and that the Andes and the Himalayas is the essence of exaltationlatest, meanwhile, according to all probabilities, and on the bottom of the ocean wasthe corresponding changes. The result of these continuous differentiationit turns out that on the surface no two any significantspaces are identical among themselves in shape, the geological structureor in chemical composition, and that the characteristic properties of the Earth changealmost every mile. In addition, should not forget that at the same timethis occurred a gradual differentiation of climates.
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