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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Since the beginning of life on earth, humans have always been struggling with the atmospheric and natural conditions of the earth. It took long until early humans achieved basic information about climate (soil, water, land features, etc.), and, after centuries of suffering, learned how to relatively adapt themselves with the nature, took refuge in caves and then proceeded to migrate and, by any means, enclosed themselves in a small geographical area and tried to adapt themselves with the nature.
Over time, by studying some of the laws governing nature, human beings, by living outside the caves, have fought the nature and, in various ways, protected themselves against the natural conditions. From then on, fertile land, quality ranges and water’s value have found meaning through discovering agricultural and livestock farming means, and have become a factor in the emergence of conflicts among humans on the planet.