>humans have existed for around 200,000 years
>civilization only appeared around 6000 years ago
Why did it take so long for humans to come up with anything over than fire and spears?
>humans have existed for around 200,000 years. >civilization only appeared around 6000 years ago
>humans have existed for around 200,000 years
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It's hard to invent new things. The Congo still hasn't figured out road and bridge building to this day for example, imagine being the first guy to even try anywhere ever. Plus inventions beget more inventions, it's hard to be creative and innovative when you're cold, hungry, defenseless and immobile.
Lack of natfuian-ANF-chg fusion (inventor of civilization)
CHG were mountain savages and shouldn't be included. J being near civilization is simply residiual rape
They were brown
humans have only existed for around 8,000 years you fuckin retard
We were dumb as shit for most of our existence
How are you able to tell what their IQ was? We can hardly tell the IQ from a few centuries ago.
Why not? We know from haplogroups that all humans alive today descend patrilineally from a single man who lived around 250,000 years ago. Coincidentally, it was around the same time when Homo sapiens first appeared, which can be interpreted as the moment when these primitive ape-like creatures were given a divine soul and made into "Thinking man."
we were naggers until 50000 years ago and it took 40000 years to evolve into white people
False. They weren't any dumber 2000 even 300 years ago than we are now. I don't know why so many people fall for that shit. As if everyone was a complete retard back then.
COULD be right but does the Bible even hint anything about Adam and Eve being around for 200,000 years before the Fall? Pure conjecture as it is.
6,000 years ago is when written languages first appeared but humans were already building structures thousands of years before that.
Neanderthal extinction set humanity back, humans were the real naggers all along.
The end of the most recent glacial maximum allowed humans to begin performing agriculture. Prior to that, it was too cold outside the tropics, and too dry inside the tropics. 12,000 years ago was effectively the start date for people to begin building civilizations provided they had native cereal grains (Mesopotamia, East and West Africa, China, Mesoamerica).
Regions without cereal grains (Europe, India, North East US, etc.) could not begin developing until crops were introduced from neighboring regions.
If you dont understand exponential growth you shouldnt even post here
>Why did it take so long for humans to come up with anything over than fire and spears?
There's a couple of things at play:
-It's unironically really fucking difficult to invent anything. It's also really hard to *want* to invent anything new when your lifestyle is fairly simplistic, consistent, and food is plentiful, and the people who really value that way of life will resist change. People think "conservatism" vs "liberalism" is a modern invention, but even cavemen were out there saying anybody calling other cavemen who advanced too much woke cuck bullshit. You can actually still see this in Africa; they all pull each other down.
-We've been around for 300,000 years and by the 125,000 or so year mark we managed to make it into Northern Africa and finally started to do some interesting things like gardening, canoe-making, etc.. A lot of our earliest achievements aren't given any credit because they don't register: clothing deteriorates, bone and stone tools weather away unless they're hidden in a cave, and agriculture that isn't "big field of grains" is usually indiscernible from just normal vegetation to an idiot anthropologist.
-Maybe 13,000-13,500 years ago the Ice Age ended and the Younger Dryas Impact happened and caused something resembling a global flood where everybody living on the shore was completely fucked as ocean levels abruptly rose and swallowed up a lot of excellent land people had been living on for thousands of years. This was especially impactful in places like Canada since their ice coverage was largely in the interior of the continent and when it melted the ice shelf just fucking slid forward flattening everything south of it.
It's closer to 300,000 actually. We've been around a lot longer than people can even comprehend.
oh look it's the Ancient Apocalypse shill again.
well electricity wasnt invented yet, and people were happy exclusively with religion (Christianity) through the medieval ages which took many generations.
globecki tepe proves that it's bullshit
99.9999% of human beings are brainless slave caste retards devoid of any creativity or inventiveness, they simply do what everyone else is doing