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Weegy: For you other posters, come on guys, wise up! Industrialization (mechanization) of agriculture made it possible for one farmer to feed more and more people outside of his family. [ This allowed more people to leave the farm and move to towns and cities to pursue careers that were non-agricultural. For example, how much theorizing could Einstein have done if his entire existence was spent foraging or growing food for himself? Not much. Da Vincci couldn't have done much painting or inventing if he had to spend all of his time growing food for himself. And all the smart people that made it possible for man to land on the moon? They wouldn't of had time for such flights of fancy had they been out chopping weeds and tending livestock every day. Fewer people on the farm allowed others to pursue careers that let them develop better machines for the farm which continued the migration from farm to city. To answer your question, agriculture initiated or necessitated industralization which changed the way our food is grown and processed rather than industralization changing agriculture. ] (More)
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Eugenics is the theory of improving human population through genetics.

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