Humans with primitive developement

11 June 2007 at 9:33 pm 1 comment

This article was written by my sister, Maria Camila, the scientific one of the family. Even though it’s not exactly scientific, it’s still very funny and I throughly recommend it. Enjoy!

After observing some humans (homo sapiens sapiens), I come to the conclusion that more were seemed prehistoric men, without development as that of a current human. One of the characteristics of these people is that they are generally all the time with the column arched that gives them aspect of monkey. Also I have noted that although they are capable of understanding everything perfectly well, it takes them too long to process the information and generally they take a lot of time to realize what they’ve been told. Besides these humans with primitive development seem to have problems using tools such as cutlery and pens and hold these objects in a very impractical way, complicating their use.

These people have no mental delay or cerebral illness because if they were among prehistoric people, their development rate would be nothing out of the common.

I have also noticed that this people in general are inattentive (with their open mouth) and are thinking about anything else, or simply not thinking, that is to say, with their minds blank. The primitive men are used to laughing at anything and they have a tendency to need someone that does everything for them (including thinking).

I would like to clarify that I do not think that a person that has a mental delay or problems in the school is a human with primitive development. A boy can do very badly in school, but at least he knows how to use a pen, and he doesn’t get stained and writes more or less fast.


Entry filed under: Reflection.

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. lety  |  22 June 2007 at 5:55 am

    good night sweety XD
    tus poemas ta hermosos quisiera ayudarte
    nomas dime lo que necesites XD
    good night and sweet dreams


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