posted on Aug, 18 2008 @ 10:24 AM
Human thinking hasn't changed. Each generation thinks the last generation was stupid, slow, and didn't know how to "think".
Look at the Book of Job, considered the oldest book in the bible. What were Job's kids doing when they were killed? Having a party. Wow. I wonder
if any young adults today would think to have a big party in the middle of the day?
I forget where I saw it, but there was a letter from a student to his father. This letter was close to 1,000 years old. The letter tells of what the
student is learning, etc. At the end of the letter, he asks his father if he will send him some money. Sound familiar to anyone who has a kid in
A scientist did a study of the paintings and drawings did in caves around the world. He especially measured the "hand prints" that were in these
caves, he discovered they exhibited a length/width ratio that only one subset of humans have. Know who? TEENAGERS. Wow. Teenagers scrawling
graffiti in caves. Teenagers from 5,000 years ago did it, teenagers today do it. Nothing new under the sun. (BTW, that study confirmed what I had
been saying for years. That those "cave drawings", ESPECIALLY the sexual ones, were done by teenagers.)
Pornography is new, right? A product of the "enlightened mind" of the new science age, right? Tell that to the Romans, Greeks, and the Chinese and
Indians before them!
To hear these "scientists" tell it, the only thing ancient humans had time for was screwing and worshiping (sometimes at the same time!).
They might have had a different CULTURAL thinking pattern, but the human brain is the human brain. Base traits do not change. We laugh and smile
when we are happy, we cry when we are sad, we scowl, scream or yell when we are mad. Even if you do not know a language, or anything about a culture,
you will still know the basic human emotions of the people in that culture by listening to their tone of voice, or viewing their faces.
The only difference between then and now is that we have access to technology that the people then didn't have. You could take any cave man from
5,000 years ago, and have him surfing the web in a couple of hours (assuming he knew english, of course! )