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Did Wheat Domesticate Humans?

In Sapiens, Yuval Noah Harari suggests that wheat domesticated humans rather than the other way around.  Before the agricultural revolution wheat was contained to a small area in the middle east and today it grows around the world almost 10x the size of Britain.

Humans spent so much time taking care of wheat (e.g., clearing space, watering, weeding, protecting, etc) that it required us to settle next to the wheat fields and all of this extra wheat did not result in a better diet or more free time. Yuval also point out that domesticate comes from the latin word domus which means house.

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