Most creatures in the world do not have a specific language.

Most creatures in the world do not have a specific language. Some creatures can talk to each other with gestures and send some signals. But only human beings can speak a complete language.

All creatures sleep with their heads bowed whenever they try to sleep. But man sleeps on his back. How can the creatures that sleep with their heads bowed at the end of the day look at the sky? I mean, how can they think outside the box!

Archaeological research has so far shown that humans moved from sign language to art 1.5 to 1.5 million years ago. In the first picture you can see an art that is 40,000 years old. The specimens in the second image are up to 100,000 years old.

Making this art was the first step towards thinking, but then the real step was multi-tasking. Think of it as if you were playing chess. In that case, your focus is on your pawns and other chess pieces, but at the same time you keep your moves in mind, keeping in mind the expected moves of your opponent. This is called multitasking. Modern man came to this multitasking about 40,000 years ago today when he learned to trap various animals, even dangerous ones. And this multi-tasking was a step towards modern human thinking.

Coming back to the first example. It was a matter of perspective that all animals sleep with their heads bowed but man sleeps with his head towards the sky. In such a case, the question of the universe becomes obligatory in his mind.

All creatures are aware of their condition but do not care about their surroundings, stomach and soul. Only human beings have created a way of thinking. There are and will be different views on how this happened.

As linked to the two images below, he described the human memory of how man moved from art to multi-tasking. But this journey was simple and small. It took more than sixty thousand years to complete this journey. And then gradually man continued to evolve and began to live in the form of a society by contracting for development. This way of life proved to be so beneficial that it facilitated the exchange of information, which in turn led to an increase in knowledge. If globalization has taken place today, then in the next few years, due to information overflow, human knowledge will increase exponentially. According to researchers, many research papers will be published every minute in the next fifty years and these are all based on the archaeological drawings below and the presence of the sky in front of us which aroused our curiosity and made us think.

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