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SQL query:

SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Real Consequences of Food Production If most of the social and technological changes typically viewed as the outcome of food production and domestication really began earlier in Mesolithic or&nbsp;complex hunter-gatherer contexts, then what were&nbsp;the real consequences of food production and domestication? It could be argued that for the first millen-ium or two after the appearance of domestication,&nbsp;there are not any fundamental changes. At most,&nbsp;there may be some intensification of production&nbsp;(with initial domesticated forms) and elaboration of&nbsp;social, ritual, political, and technological trends&nbsp;begun in Mesolithic types of societies as well as shifts&nbsp;in settlement patterns to take advantage of the best&nbsp;food-producing areas.\n \nHowever, over the long term, it was possible to gradually modify and increase the productivity of&nbsp;plants and animals through genetic manipulation&nbsp;and labor investment (weeding, tilling, watering,&nbsp;fertilizi') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('The Real Consequences of Food Production If most of the social and technological changes typically viewed as the outcome of food production and domestication really began earlier in Mesolithic or&nbsp;complex hunter-gatherer contexts, then what were&nbsp;the real consequences of food production and domestication? It could be argued that for the first millen-ium or two after the appearance of domestication,&nbsp;there are not any fundamental changes. At most,&nbsp;there may be some intensification of production&nbsp;(with initial domesticated forms) and elaboration of&nbsp;social, ritual, political, and technological trends&nbsp;begun in Mesolithic types of societies as well as shifts&nbsp;in settlement patterns to take advantage of the best&nbsp;food-producing areas.\n \nHowever, over the long term, it was possible to gradually modify and increase the productivity of&nbsp;plants and animals through genetic manipulation&nbsp;and labor investment (weeding, tilling, watering,&nbsp;fertilizi') AND id != 90466 AND approve=1 AND date < '2020-07-16 05:44:41' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5