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How We Have Turned Into Another Species
How We Have Turned Into Another Species
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How We Have Turned Into Another Species
How We Have Turned Into Another Species
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Our civilization expresses itself on a large scale only in the last 5,000-4,000 years. A chain of geophysical events started 42,000 years ago and produced small cumulative mutations until 2,500 years ago. This accumulation of mutations shaped the language, thinking, social organization, and brain architecture. The mentioned geophysical distress made changes in the entropy of the brain, producing local entropy increases. The adaptation to this hard-to-work-increased-entropy introduces suppressio…
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Our civilization expresses itself on a large scale only in the last 5,000-4,000 years. A chain of geophysical events started 42,000 years ago and produced small cumulative mutations until 2,500 years ago. This accumulation of mutations shaped the language, thinking, social organization, and brain architecture. The mentioned geophysical distress made changes in the entropy of the brain, producing local entropy increases. The adaptation to this hard-to-work-increased-entropy introduces suppressions in specific regions of the brain. The language produced an augmented consciousness that still is a massive suppression. The linear language inserted new thinking that copied the talking. This complexity allows the brain to create a new field of "imaginary thinking" that combines various memories and can make new constructs which sometimes are not based on any previous experience. When it matured enough, the "imaginary thinking" started to build-up our civilization. The "imaginary thinking" is great, but we should remember that it originates in a suppression that is a filter that bans rich information from entering our conscious processing. The conscious mechanism selects that poorest information that has the lowest uncertainty; hence, it is predictable and helps to create an "imaginary" world of order that is our dear world.

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Our civilization expresses itself on a large scale only in the last 5,000-4,000 years. A chain of geophysical events started 42,000 years ago and produced small cumulative mutations until 2,500 years ago. This accumulation of mutations shaped the language, thinking, social organization, and brain architecture. The mentioned geophysical distress made changes in the entropy of the brain, producing local entropy increases. The adaptation to this hard-to-work-increased-entropy introduces suppressions in specific regions of the brain. The language produced an augmented consciousness that still is a massive suppression. The linear language inserted new thinking that copied the talking. This complexity allows the brain to create a new field of "imaginary thinking" that combines various memories and can make new constructs which sometimes are not based on any previous experience. When it matured enough, the "imaginary thinking" started to build-up our civilization. The "imaginary thinking" is great, but we should remember that it originates in a suppression that is a filter that bans rich information from entering our conscious processing. The conscious mechanism selects that poorest information that has the lowest uncertainty; hence, it is predictable and helps to create an "imaginary" world of order that is our dear world.

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