Kinda amazing to think that mere 9000 years ago, a drop in the ocean by universe or even life on earth standards, digging 5 metres under the earth was the greatest achievement of mankind. Nowadays we watch a car being sent into outer space via rectangular piece of plastic and glass.
I feel like someone amazing is being discovered everyday. I don't know what technology smarter people than I have created to make these discoveries so consistently but please keep it up.
What a weird mixture of racism LOL.
I’m pretty sure dinosaurs were walking around then. At least that what my Vice President tells me!
Yeah absolutely. What’s your point though? It seems orthogonal to what the previous poster was saying.
He was saying - look at how cool it was that we’re at this stage of technological development
You’re saying - yeah but think about the thousands of years of development that led to this point.
It’s kind of a nonsequitor since the previous poster never implied that we arrived here by magic.
Nowadays? It was literally just today
Sorry I don't have an answer for that. But have you heard of the monolith problem? All over the world there's these stone structures that were carved from single massive stones, some weigh over 1000tons. The thing is more often than not the stone pieces were hauled several hundred miles over land. A feat that is not replicable today. how hard can it be to move a 340 ton rock in the 21st century?
In no way is that the greatest achievement of the ancients. Check out Gobeckli Tepe, 13000 years old.
The truth is we are finding more evidence, and peer reviewed at that, which says there was a cataclysm that caused the younger dryas event. In all likelihood we are just a reboot of civilization