Why does an exception, not a norm, become powerful individuals, families, groups, organizations, nations, and civilizations?The greatest of anything in the human world is exceptional, not normal. If you want to be great, you pursue being exceptional, not normal; if you want to be not-so-great, you pursue being normal, not exceptional.Due to particular individual human genetics, environments, and circumstances, some human individuals and larger human entities pursue a path of being exceptional, and with luck and hard work, become extremely powerful and influential.(Early-plugs insertion point. A few seconds of silence in audiovisual.)What are the factors that compel a human entity to become exceptional? How can science accurately predict whether a human entity will become exceptional or not?Inability to fit in to an existing world is a cause to become exceptional.Having an environment that pushes you to be exceptional for survival is a cause to become exceptional.In my Unified Humanity Science, I will QMASP (Quantify, Model, Analyze, Simulate, and Predict) the human-body subsystematic, tissular, cellular, subcellular, molecular, atomic, and subatomic states and processes that make human entities exceptional, not normal. For comparison, I’ll also QMASP the human-body states and processes that make normal human entities.
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