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#43 - Yes, tools greatly aided in the development of hunting, but fo…  [+] (3 replies) 05/26/2012 on Chocolate Heroin +2
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#45 - heartlessrobot (05/26/2012) [-]
Oh, we were capable of thought the whole time. But fireā€¦. fire was the kickstart. It was new. It was new and we felt the need to think. To know what it was. Once that happened, we felt the need to think more. We replicated the tools of natural hunters and shaped them into a form usable by us. By thinking. We are a remarkably weak species, and it's a wonder we've made it this far. But we are different from animals. Separated by thought and the ability to rapidly adapt. You put a human in a box and he removes it. You put an animal in a box and they freak out.
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#46 - audiotune (05/26/2012) [-]
We were capable of thought, but didn't have the mental resources nor the proof in front of us. It took trial and error, like toddlers, to learn how to make a tool and then improve upon it. Yes, fire had a MAJOR impact on our species and greatly improved our odds of survival, but to actually develop a new tool it basically happened on accident sometimes. Like making sharp rocks, it was just experimenting; someone saw a piece of rock that chipped off after smashing two rocks together, touched it and cut himself. Physically we are weak compared to other species and don't have many self defense mechanisms or hunting adaptations, but mentally we were always superior. In relation to other species, we evolved fairly quickly and developed a societal system which made us the apex predator. But yes, it is incredible that we survived long enough to mature into an intelligent species.
#51 - CaptinAwesome (05/26/2012) [-]
#15 - Agreed...but most people who wear tapout shirts are douches an…  [+] (2 replies) 05/25/2012 on Fucking Posers -1
#31 - prancingkid (05/25/2012) [-]
Agree but Disagree anyways...Logic.
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#33 - audiotune (05/26/2012) [-]
It SHOULDN'T matter what people wear, but the point I was making is that people who wear tapout shirts are typically huge douchers. That creates a stereotype.