• Why do I dislike human?

    I hate it when they stare at me and talk to me. I also cannot stand to make eye contact with them. When they open doors for me it sickens me. Am I some sort of evil being?
    I hate it when they stare at me and talk to me. I also cannot stand to make eye contact with them. When they open doors for me it sickens me. Am I some sort of evil being?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Did human life start in Africa?

    I’ve heard so many times by black people that they been on the earth first... But that’s because they calme life started in Africa. But I’ve heard that older fossils of humans have been found in other places...
    I’ve heard so many times by black people that they been on the earth first... But that’s because they calme life started in Africa. But I’ve heard that older fossils of humans have been found in other places...
    5 answers · 8 hours ago
  • Why do Americans speak English and not German, when Germans are the largest ancestry group in USA?

    Unlike the common belief that most Americans are descendants of English people, the reality is completely different. German is the largest ancestry group in USA. Here you go: German: 14.7 percent African: 12.3 percent Mexican: 10.9 percent Irish: 10.6 percent English: 7.8 percent "American": 7.2... show more
    Unlike the common belief that most Americans are descendants of English people, the reality is completely different. German is the largest ancestry group in USA. Here you go: German: 14.7 percent African: 12.3 percent Mexican: 10.9 percent Irish: 10.6 percent English: 7.8 percent "American": 7.2 percent Italian: 5.5 percent Polish: 3 percent French: 2.6 percent ... Native Americans 1.6 percent
    20 answers · 6 days ago
  • Will we know of such a civilisation?

    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can he be considered a person of color?

    Can he be considered a person of color?

    Best answer: No, he's white obviously... Unless he objects, idk why you would tho.

    Whiteness isn't about a racial purity test, it is aesthetical and behavioral.
    Best answer: No, he's white obviously... Unless he objects, idk why you would tho.

    Whiteness isn't about a racial purity test, it is aesthetical and behavioral.
    9 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why are scientists so stubborn on the Out of Africa theory?

    It sounds illogical that people would migrate for thousands of years into less habitable lands with less resources like the Middle East and Europe and then end up forming civilizations like Mesopotamia, Indus Valley, Egypt, (basically middle eastern) and Hellenic civilizations in that area.
    It sounds illogical that people would migrate for thousands of years into less habitable lands with less resources like the Middle East and Europe and then end up forming civilizations like Mesopotamia, Indus Valley, Egypt, (basically middle eastern) and Hellenic civilizations in that area.
    14 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do you think there are other creatures more empathetic and sentient than humans?

    Best answer: In the 1940s a bunch of Atom Bomb Physicists were sitting around the Manhattan Project asking the same question, when Enrico Fermi asked, "If there are so many advanced civilizations, with head starts in the billion of years over us, where is everybody?" That's called the Fermi Paradox. and in the... show more
    Best answer: In the 1940s a bunch of Atom Bomb Physicists were sitting around the Manhattan Project asking the same question, when Enrico Fermi asked, "If there are so many advanced civilizations, with head starts in the billion of years over us, where is everybody?"

    That's called the Fermi Paradox. and in the decades, we still cant find any evidence at all of anyone else out there. In the early sixties the Drake Equation based on probability if there are trillions of stars, and billions have planets, and millions have water...etc then there must be all kinds of life around. Well it turns out that maybe there are a lot more parameters.

    Inteh late 1990s a scientist named Hansen came up with an idea of The Great Filter. There is something that kills off almost every civilization before it can grow. That filter is either in front of us or behind us we dont know. But it could be Gamma Ray Bursts, or Artificial Intelligence, or nuclear war. No one knows.

    Watch a couple of these on youtube:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sNhhvQGs...
    4 answers · 6 days ago
  • How did we figure out how to cook?

    Best answer: Use and control of fire was a gradual process, proceeding through more than one stage. One was a change in habitat, from dense forest, where wildfires were rare and potentially catastrophic, to savanna (mixed grass/woodland) where wildfires were very rare and of lower intensity. Such a change may have occurred... show more
    Best answer: Use and control of fire was a gradual process, proceeding through more than one stage. One was a change in habitat, from dense forest, where wildfires were rare and potentially catastrophic, to savanna (mixed grass/woodland) where wildfires were very rare and of lower intensity. Such a change may have occurred about three million years ago, when the savanna expanded in East Africa due to cooler and drier climate. The next stage involved interaction with burned landscapes and foraging in the wake of wildfires, as observed in various wild animals. In the African savanna, animals that preferentially forage in recently burned areas include Savanna chimpanzees (a variety of Pan troglodytes verus), Vervet monkeys (Cercopithecus aethiops) and a variety of birds, some of which also hunt insects and small vertebrates in the wake of grass fires. The next step would be to make some use of residual hot spots that occur in the wake of wildfires. For example, foods found in the wake of wildfires tend to be either burned or undercooked. This might have provided incentives to place undercooked foods on a hotspot or to pull food out of the fire if it was in danger of getting burned. This would require familiarity with fire and its behavior.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Why do people think white colonialism was a bad thing?

    Do you have any idea how Africans would be living if they never had any contact with whites? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYvaA0Lz...
    Do you have any idea how Africans would be living if they never had any contact with whites? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYvaA0Lz...
    9 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What If Humans Had A Rival Species?

    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Can AI go on and advance without humans? At what point will it be able to do that? If humans disappeared suddenly, what would they do?

    I am researching on this and I would love your opinion!
    I am researching on this and I would love your opinion!
    8 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • How Much Denisovan / Neanderthal DNA Could I have If I Have Indian Heritage?

    More specifically Sikh heritage, who were most likely warriors. I am very tall for my age, and have a muscular build. Don't know if that adds anything :P
    More specifically Sikh heritage, who were most likely warriors. I am very tall for my age, and have a muscular build. Don't know if that adds anything :P
    6 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How can I know if i am a reptiplian?

    I've seen some video and they say that there is some reptilian who still believe they are humans... so I was thinking how can I know if I am a reptilian?
    I've seen some video and they say that there is some reptilian who still believe they are humans... so I was thinking how can I know if I am a reptilian?
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Would it be better to get an undergraduate degree in anthropology or anthropophagy?

    Best answer: Do Cannibals get a degree before the practice anthropophagy?
    go for anthropology and, to get the taste of things you can always practice anthropophagy,
    Best answer: Do Cannibals get a degree before the practice anthropophagy?
    go for anthropology and, to get the taste of things you can always practice anthropophagy,
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Did the aborigines and Maori come from Asia or Africa originally?

    Best answer: The Maori were a Polynesian people, though of course, as is the case with all of us, their ultimate ancestors 100,000 years ago or so were Africans. The Australian Aborigines' ancestors migrated to Australia about 49,000 years ago (long, long, long before the Maori got to New Zealand), with origins in Asia --... show more
    Best answer: The Maori were a Polynesian people, though of course, as is the case with all of us, their ultimate ancestors 100,000 years ago or so were Africans.

    The Australian Aborigines' ancestors migrated to Australia about 49,000 years ago (long, long, long before the Maori got to New Zealand), with origins in Asia -- though again, their ancestors ultimately would have been Africans like those of the rest of us. See below under "Migration to Australia.
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago