Summary of Jamil Zaki's The War for Kindness
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	#1 Alfred Wegener was a meteorologist who believed that the continents had once been connected. He proposed that the earth's land had once clumped together in a single mass called Pangea, and had moved apart into the continents we know today. His theory was initially mocked, but was later proven correct.

	

	#2 The idea that people are essentially the same has been proven wrong by the study of songbirds. Each spring, male finches and canaries learn new songs to woo potential mates, but they also sprout thousands of new brain cells a day.

	

	#3 The more scientists looked for an unchanging human nature, the less evidence they found. Our brains and minds change throughout our lives, and this change is not random.

	

	#4 The Roddenberry hypothesis states that empathy is a trait locked away and impervious to our efforts. This idea jibes with common sense, as some people care more than others. But what do these differences mean. They mean that empathy is partially genetic.
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