And thus, man was born.
His cognition grew in leaps and bounds as he made the advancement from a meat-eating cave dweller to a tool using agriculturist.

He began to socialize and learned to live in a community.

He became an intellectual when his purpose of existence moved past mere survival.

At first he invented language to communicate his ideas.

He then had to devise ways to preserve his thoughts
to outdo his mortality.
Sheep skin, clay tablet, papyrus and then paper.

His creativity knew no bounds.
There was literature, fine arts, theater - you name it.

His cerebral cortex by now was 10 times that of macaques.
And a 100 times that of a mouse.

And then came the internet.

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