I know that comparisons can be made between people who are more or less formally educated than others.

I postulate that the Morrill Act during the federalization (USA) was causal of zonal competencies with geospatially defined hierarchical structures within the boundaries of zones.

What delineates and defines the modalities and outliers of populist paradigms in these zone systems relative to knowledge, competency, federal valuation, etcetera? And, similarly; what descriptors of this relativity to all variables typify specifically temporal aspects of the paradigm or it’s adherents, including yet not limited to: variables such as archetypal cognition, symbolism, age, ethnicity, geospatial proximity, data storage and transmission, papyrus, oration, processor speed, radio syndication, etcetera?

What morphology quantifies paradigm adherent populations over time, and how can it be mapped, described and defined?

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