Before you answer or mull it over, take 2.75 minutes and watch the video below (audio needed). If 2.75 minutes is too much, watch 1 minute starting 1:19 minutes into it. It is well worth that minute of watching!
After looking at the wide spectrum of human behavior, and the great discussion that ended up with how we naturally lean towards the “dark” side, this experiment came to mind. THAT’s how monkeys are wired for unfairness, and as the researchers say, this is true of other species they have tried that with.
Could the desire for fairness be innate for humans, too? Is it (best left as) an unattainable goal as Oscar Wilde says? What do you think?
Interesting Trivia: what is the one letter that (fairly or unfairly 🙂 ) does not appear in the periodic table?
Answer to last post’s trivia: A group of at least 6 ravens due to the superstition that “if the Tower of London ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it.” Gold stars go to ⭐ Beth ⭐ and to ⭐ Ally Bean ⭐ for knowing this bit of trivia I just recently learned 🙂