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2 million years ago life on Earth for mankind was very different Back then technology as we know it did not even exist Over the years mankinds increased scientific knowledge has allowed him to increase the amount of personal luxuries but not without a cost The first human beings may have appeared 2 million years ago but they did not even discover fire until 15 million BC From a purely technological standpoint todays world far surpasses that of the old All the comforts of modern technology are at our fingertips and living outdoors is no longer a necessity but a leisure activity For most of us entertainment is not a problem Electronic video and computer games are readily available as is 24-hour TV for a price Foraging for food is reduced to a short trip to the supermarket except for those who provide the said food Of course nothing comes for free and the time which might have been spent hunting for food is spent working in offices and such In a world of such plentiful knowledge only incredibly advanced specialization and an increased population has allowed mankind to progress With so many people mankind has been forced to spread outwards in a desperate need to colonize new lands With new technology nothing is impossible and even the barren wastes of the scorching desert or freezing artic are not unlivable Even further outwards the vast reaches of space beckon All this colonization however would be impossible without the help of technology for communication and transportation With the invention of airplanes flying halfway around the world in 10 hours is made possible In stark contrast to all these wonders prehistoric life before the invention of farming or herding was a constant struggle for survival Hunting and foraging for food were daily activities which occupied most
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