Analyzing the parameters that made societies likely to adopt agriculture

(—The development of agriculture, arising during the Neolithic revolution, was an incredibly influential transition in the history of human beings. It’s believed that anatomically modern humans existed in hunter-gatherer societies for around 190,000 years before the transition to agricultural practices, which are generally understood to have occurred independently in several regions around the world, and radiated out to the rest of the world from these hubs between 11,500 years ago and 3,500 years ago. —> Read More