Great Ape Supremacy

We are the bestest thing that has ever happened to this planet, and possibly the milky way.

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  1. 10 months ago
    Anonymous
  2. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >no difference between us and other homosexual sapiens from 500,000 years ago
    >civilization, writing invented
    >in less than 10,000 years, man split the atom, went to the moon, created a global communication network (all in the same century)
    >quantum computing and fusion energy in the next few decades

    It's pretty wild

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      It’s amazing how a few specific discoveries made can cause a knock on effect that leads to massive technological advancement in such a short time

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      It’s amazing how a few specific discoveries made can cause a knock on effect that leads to massive technological advancement in such a short time

      The weirdest thing is that multiple advanced civilizations popped up in different continents in a short time. This is why I assume climate was holding us back. Until very recently there were no location+climate combination favorable for the start of civilizations, when global climate changed the populations in civilization favorable locations started to settle and as result had to organize themselves. Large number of people trading and interacting requires more complex language, writing system, math, currency, etc. after that it snowballed to modern day.

  3. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >weakest and least athletic of the great apes
    >end up taking over the planet
    How'd we manage to do it?

  4. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    >We are family

  5. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    best, or worst depending how you look at it

  6. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pics that never happened

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Pics that nev- ACK

  7. 10 months ago
    Anonymous

    Kinda. Primate-like hands have evolved multiple times through Earth’s history, intelligence to use tools also evolved multiple times but as far as we know none of them ever resulted in a species with human tier intellect and developed civilizations and even among anatomical modern humans most of our existence as species was before civilizations started appearing. It was relatively very recently when large civilizations started appearing independently in different sides of the planet. There must be some rare combination of events to generate a feedback loop to generate a human intellect level species and another rare combination of events for this species start forming civilizations. I guess favorable location combined with the right climate were the keys for civilization once we got widespread enough. We almost got extinct much before all this happened so it is by pure luck that we have a species with an advanced enough civilization for global instant communication and space exploration.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      I do think it was mostly luck that we got this far, but once we figured out agriculture, everything else that followed is almost guaranteed.
      It's crazy how much a species can get done when they figure out how to generate infinite food while staying in the same spot.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Yeah but that is extremely recent. We almost went extinct, many populations never transitioned from nomad lifestyle and our health declined in early agriculture times. Being able to produce food in the same place required a large body of water, usually rivers. That is where the first civilizations started. I think climate change and fertile grounds made it possible when most of our existence as species was before we developed civilizations. Now I think even a total nuclear war wouldn’t wipe mankind and the ones left probably would be able to build new civilizations even if we go back a few centuries in technology.

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      It's simply Hands that can hold things + Endurance running + ability to stand upright. Any species that has these three traits will start as scavenger and gradually increase in intelligence through greater capacity for tool use and would evolve to use their mouths for more than just eating and stupid roars.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Breed chimps to run like us and we will have something similar to our ancestors.

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        Hominids didn’t start with these 3 traits and most of the apes still don’t. Neanderthal didn’t had endurance running and probably were as intelligent as us if not more invalidating your hypothesis. Besides, hands that can hold things evolved independently multiple times, there were synapsids in the Permian with hands that can hold things but until primates no species with hands that can hold things evolved into a intelligent species.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          Just look at raccoons. They've had hands for millions of years. They're fairly intelligent and are known to have social groups. They're highly adaptable. Hands do make a difference. Human lifespan and social behavior, including long childhoods are more similar to elephants.

        • 10 months ago
          Anonymous

          >Neanderthal didn’t had endurance running
          Maybe they devolved in that aspect? I thought homosexual erectus were capable of running long distances similar to us, but maybe I need to read more.

          • 10 months ago
            Anonymous

            “The human body plan had evolved in H. ergaster, and characterises all later homosexual species, but among the more derived members there are 2 distinct morphs: A narrow-chested and gracile build like modern humans, and a broader-chested and robust build like Neanderthals. It was once assumed that the Neanderthal build was unique to Neanderthals based on the gracile H. ergaster partial skeleton "KNM WT-15000" ("Turkana Boy"), but the discovery of some Middle Pleistocene skeletal elements (though generally fragmentary and few and far between) seems to suggest Middle Pleistocene humans overall featured a more Neanderthal morph. Thus, the modern human morph may be unique to modern humans, evolving quite recently. This is most clearly demonstrated in the exceptionally well-preserved SH assemblage. Based on skull robustness, it was assumed Middle Pleistocene humans featured a high degree of sexual dimorphism, but the SH humans demonstrate a modern humanlike level.”

      • 10 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Neanderthal didn’t had endurance running
        Maybe they devolved in that aspect? I thought homosexual erectus were capable of running long distances similar to us, but maybe I need to read more.

        from what I've heard we mostly evolved for walking, running is secondary

    • 10 months ago
      Anonymous

      >space exploration
      This isn’t the 1970s, space exploration is antisemetic.

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