Mar 29, 2013

the speciation of religion


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  • Juan EnriquezCEO, Biotechonomy; was Founding Director, Harvard Business School's Life Sciences Project; author, The Untied States of America Rodrigo Martinez Life Sciences Chief Strategist at IDEO

    Religions, like animals, plants and bacteria, speciate. If beliefs and institutions don't adapt and adopt, as the environment changes, they too go extinct. This map illustrates some of the speciation that occurred with three of the world's great religions after originating from a common Abrahamic belief. (P.S most don't adapt which is why > 90% of the world's religions and Gods are now extinct…)

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