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Article: Jarawa Hunter-Gatherers Forced into Civilization

Article: Jarawa Hunter-Gatherers Forced into Civilization

The Jarawa of the Andaman Islands are one of the few surviving tribes that live a sustainable life in harmony with their environment. The aggressive expansionist character of our society

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Article: The Costs of Civilization

Article: The Costs of Civilization

PsychologyToday dispels the common myths about primitive people and bashes civilization!! Open your eyes and see that there is another way apart from our insane destructive society. “Did you know,

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Article: Give Up Technology & Go Back to ‘Hunting & Gathering’

Article: Give Up Technology & Go Back to ‘Hunting & Gathering’

You know primitivism succeeds when even the Business Insider starts writing about it. http://www.businessinsider.in/Give-up-Technology-Go-back-to-Hunting-Gathering/articleshow/53222031.cms

Article: Were We Happier in the Stone Age?

Article: Were We Happier in the Stone Age?

Another interesting piece, even though the term “stone age” is misleading and biased. One remark: The author fails to see that epidemic disease is also an invention of civilization and

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Article: The Caveman’s Home Was Not a Cave

Article: The Caveman’s Home Was Not a Cave

The prejudice of early anthropologists, archaeologists and ethnologists still defines public opinion. It is time to teach our kids the truth about primitive life. http://nautil.us/issue/24/error/the-cavemans-home-was-not-a-cave-rp

Article: An Isolated Tribe Emerges from the Rain Forest

Article: An Isolated Tribe Emerges from the Rain Forest

The long read I read this story three times already because I find it so fascinating. It gives you insights in the brutal history of Brazil, as well as details

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Article: Uncontacted Yanomami found

Article: Uncontacted Yanomami found

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/2016/11/17/new-photos-emerge-of-uncontacted-tribe-in-the-amazon/ It turns out that some one hundred members of one of my favorite South-American tribes, the Yanomami, have so far been spared from devastating contact with the civilized world.

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