Week 1 class notes - History
Week 1 class notes - History Hist 1111
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Date Created: 09/02/15
Class Notes 824 The Big Bang occurred on January 1st Earth is created in September In order The 3 Homo s Human Type of human 1 Homo habilies Began walking upright due to it being easier caused them to live for longer periods of time which resulted in evolution into Homo erectus Built tools to help them survive Were known to originate in parts of Africa Scavenged for food to survive Began using stones as tools 2 Homo erectus Beginning to gain humanlike features Skulls grew in size Were considered scavengers and hunters Remained and traveled only to places where they could stay warm Without the use fire Capable of survival therefore didn t need to change evolve into anything better Longer legs shorter arms Traveled around the world more Their fossils were the oldest that have been located in Africa Were intelligent enough to change were incapable due to the lack of the ability to communicate language writing 3 Homo sapiens Known Man Originated in East Africa Traveled throughout the entire Earth Began dancing Began using symbols to communicate before writing and language Began the Cognitive Linguistic Revolution Established languages and ways of communication They had demographic growth which is the growth of their brains population deaths diseases etc They had the ability to build networks and hierarchies in their groups Began building and framing cultures Theory of Mind Began understanding desires predicting animals strategies
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