Discussion of everything related to the Theory of Evolution.
here's a question I was always thinking of.
Were we the only human that was present in the earth? If there were how come we be superior to them? What adaptational feature made us more competent over them?
Deatailed ans are welcomed!
As far as I know we're the only humans. Our ancestors are considered part of the hominids and not actually human.
According to many of other posts in this forum, there's no superiority of one specie over the other. The specialization is simply different.
As to why we lived and other branches disappeared:
H. sapiens had bigger brains than others. The survivor show motto comes to mind .
The other species actually interbred with us and we are all part neanderthal(Most males I guess and particularly big women named Bertha)
Enjoying one moment at a time;
Accepting hardships as the pathway to peace;
Hey, talking about ability of using tools...chimps also can use tools...they use simple hammer made from wood to crack out the hard covered nut that they want to eat..
Q: Why are chemists great for solving problems?
A: They have all the solutions.
It was recently found that crows use tools in the same, or even more advanced way than great apes. They create hooks using vines to hook bugs from within holes in trees.
Here's a site: http://users.ox.ac.uk/~kgroup/tools/tools_main.shtml
One advantage which modern humans had (we) over neandertales was that we built our housings on the top of the hills while neandertales built them in the valleys and caverns. We had bigger brain so we knew that if we live on the hill we have more control over situation around us and then can prepare for our enemies sooner than we would in the walley.
According to Cosmozoan Theory, we are not alone. There is another life in space but still have no idea how they look like.
About Homo, it is described that H.sapiens live in the same period (parallel) with H.neandharthalensis, in the very beginning period. Then H.neandharthalensis was extinct.
About cranial capacity, it is written that H.neandharthalensis has a bigger volume than H.sapiens. It is approximately 1450 cc and 1200 cc, respectively.
The thing that interesting me about H.neandharthalensis is about burial. When H.sapiens still buried and then just leave corps, they already have a ceremony for that and even put plant/flowers and stuff on burial places. Nice eh? At the same time a race in Tasmania did not bury corps but just leave them in such place. Sometimes when they had no foods they eat corps eeeww...
You mean Sumanto? He did that in a purpose. Nice to hear that now he stops doing so and starts a better and proper life. God bless him!
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