Once upon a time, humans, or rather proto humans, had to chase animals.
They call it persistence hunting.
They think maybe this is why we evolved arched feet and sweaty hairless bodies.
We are one of the few animals that can bleed off body heat by sweating.
Most mammals have to pant.
To stop and not move and cool down by breathing in and out quickly.
The air hits their wet tongues and cools it down, cooling down their brain.
But we don’t have to do that.
We can keep on running, and sweating, and because of our hairless bodies, our temperature keeps its balance.
The animals we are chasing can’t do that.
They have to stop and pant periodically.
Which means we’ll eventually catch up.
Jump on them, kill them, and eat them.
This was a hard way to make a living.
But then humans discovered fire.
Not just fire, but how fire might be used to hunt.
Imagine a couple of dudes were out looking for food.
They saw lighting strike a tree off in the distance.
They saw the animals running away from the fire caused by the lighting.
And they thought:
“Holy crap dude, what if we could do that?”
This ability, to create fire and use it strategically to get animals running a certain way, so they could jump out of the bushes and kill them, required a lot of brain.
It’s not coincidence that once humans discovered fire, our brains started getting really big, really quickly.
Tigers have claws and teeth and long vicious digestion systems.
Whales have humongous teeth through which to filter their plankton.
Ant Eaters have long snouts to dig deep into the poor ants houses.
We have brains.
This is not a tool.
A brain doesn’t directly operate on anything.
Not like a tigers teeth, or ant eaters nose.
Our brains make us think of stuff.
Second Order Skills
Stuff WE can operate on out in the environment.
To build stuff.
To imagine stuff that doesn’t exist and then make it come true.
Everything that exists has come into being like this.
First, it didn’t exist.
Second somebody imagined it.
Maybe told somebody about it.
They talked about this group hallucination.
And through their actions, they made it come into being.
Thoughts are things.
Thoughts become things.
Thoughts create things.
Not physical things, but works of art, master strokes of creativity, words that move emotions to beautiful places.
All come from the brain.
Most people will NEVER get even a sliver out of their brain’s potential.
What about you?
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