How can humans make daily life easier?

I am writing some points that I follow in my daily life. I keep editing it according to my wish to enjoy my days better than yesterday.I don't watch TV. Keep myself updated with the news app. It saves lot of time. It

What technological advancement are you waiting for?

I think there is too much concentration into the technological progress than for the collective betterness of the life, thus the entire planetary ecosystem.I wonder and i guess how technology will be used into the future, and if the human nature remains as it

What technological advancement are you waiting for?

I think there is too much concentration into the technological progress than for the collective betterness of the life, thus the entire planetary ecosystem.I wonder and i guess how technology will be used into the future, and if the human nature remains as it

Could there be humans on other planets. Not aliens but humans?

The twists and turns that lead to life, and us, evolving on this planet we're numerous and unique. Take for example the fact that we have plate tectonics, a characteristic unique to Earth in this solar system and perhaps essential for life

How long would it take for humans to be interplanetary?

To be honest, not that long. At first, humans will simply be exploring these new planets and reducing launch costs (the phase we are in now), then followed by Earth-Moon System infrastructure (next phase after that), and then the colonization explosion happens (the part where we start colonization of the Solar System). However, given time, I can expect

How long will the human species last? What are the main barriers to the survival of our species? Have there been previously dominant species that were completely exterminated?

Some version of the human race will survive. Homo Sapiens, modern humans, have prevailed for about 50,000 years. Our immediate predecessors were the Neanderthals. The Denisovans, a variation on Neanderthals, did not last long. Neanderthals lived inEorope and in other places around the globe for about 500,000 years. Built for strength, cold living conditions and resistance to many diseases.

What are some surprising facts that most people will not believe?

Some that I've seen people flatly refuse to believe:If you were a soldier in the American Civil War, you were at greater risk of death by disease than death in battle.0.999... (a zero followed by a repeating

Is a human an alien?

human being are created by aliens                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

Why did humans domesticate cats?

Cats were never domesticated by humans, they just got so fat and lazy from easy prey and comfortable spots made by humans that they became easy to pick up and cuddle. Kittens were often raised in spots made by humans and humans had waste piles of fish or other corpses and

Why were humans created?

We are in this world because we committed a horrendous crime, and this life is our chance to redeem ourselves, denounce our crime, and rejoin God's kingdom.It all began a few billion years ago when "a feud arose in the Heavenly Society" (Quran 38:69). One of the high-ranking creatures, Satan, entertained supercilious thoughts that his God-given powers

Is it possible that gods were aliens or future humans?

Hi!Shambhavi PathakAnything is 'possible' but the question is what is 'probable'. First let's get two points straight:I'm a rational teenage omnist student. By omnist I explictly say that, I am a Hindu who believes and respects all religions fasts on Ramadan and feasts

Why are humans the most interesting animal species?

Well, they are most interesting to us because we are they. The more we learn about what it truly means to be human, the more we understand about ourselves - our drives, our needs, our sorrows, our delights and joys. I'm not sure that

Why do individual humans get upset by the idea of humans dying off as a species? We all die as individuals anyway. What is the difference?

There are a variety of reasons.Mostly it's because the instinct to survive exists subordinate to the instinct to pass on one's genes to the next generation. The whole reason you have a survival instinct is because if you die, you can't

How did humans survive amongst a vast variety of species? Which species are the most dominant after humans?

Dominance depends on how you measure it. For instance, your intestine is completely full of bacteria. If you could get rid of all of it, well, you can't. It helps you digest food. Does that mean it's dominating you?This question is asking how did we

Why do I look like other humans?

1)Because your parents were humans instead of bonobos, or pandas, or bears.2)Or at least the genetically dominant parent.You have to reproduce to be sure. If your offspring also look like other humans and your mate is verifiably human, then the answer is #1

How long would it take for electricity to stop and the internet to go offline if humans disappeared?

Interesting question.  Firstly, the internet requires power for the web servers and comminication systems.   You would have to maintain power not just to the servers which are scattered around the globe but also to the communication systems every stop of the way.  Most power

Is a human an alien?

human being are created by aliens                                                                                                                                                                                                                              

I hate the human species. Is that bad? Explain.

I had a very good friend who was from a very poor background, but he was brilliant in his studies achieving first on the class every single year of his studies. He was very helpful and went out of his way (a long way) to help people some

Why did humans evolve?

There are a lot of morphological reasons as to how we got to look and act and move the way we do. First, we are mammals. Regardless of how mammals evolved after the K-T event, this is our class of creature. As far back as we can go with

Why do people have races?

Races are just big groups of closely-related people, generally on a continental scale.People are always evolving in small ways to adapt to their surroundings, and when humanity left Africa, we ended up in a wide variety of climates and with a large number of different lifestyles. And so people in different regions evolved and adapted to their new surroundings

Why are humans the most interesting animal species?

Well, they are most interesting to us because we are they. The more we learn about what it truly means to be human, the more we understand about ourselves - our drives, our needs, our sorrows, our delights and joys. I'm not sure that

How did the human society become male dominant?

Thank you for the A2A. I apologize for my late response.In the simplest view, the roles of women and men have been biologically determined. Biological determinism exists also in many other mammalian orders, e.g. carnivore and primate.The male plays a dominant role in competing among other males for supremacy. The dominant male then secures greater rights over not

Why do humans have feelings?

Am sure you mean feeling as an emotion and not as a sensory perception for, that latter, seems to be obtaining in all life forms. I think. Not sure about microorganisms. Now one of the feelings that humans feel is fear. As well as aggression.

Are humans important?

After reading how you re worded the question it is easier to answer. I don't personally believe that we humans are gifted based on a series of genetic coincidences. The way we have been created is too perfect for it to just be some coincidence. Your question asked in

Why do humans matter?

We matter because we are conscious. Because question our existence, we question our purpose, we question our intention and we question our destination.The reality is 'life' does not have defined goal or a sense of purpose. Some say life is a path

Is humanity ready for alien disclosure?

Absolutely. It wouldn't surprise or shock anybody for more than five minutes. Give us full disclosure, and in fifteen minutes we'll be focused on Donald Trump's latest idiocies or malfeasance. As an example, a few weeks ago the NYT published an investigative piece about the Pentagon's

What problems did human face during the ice age?

Aside from the cold and snow?The animals were smarter, so they probably migrated south, so we were left to learn how to hunt megafauna, like mammoths (which is partly survival and partly suicide - imagine attacking a crazed bull elephant with a spear

How were humans created so perfectly?

Ahh, the old ‘intelligent design' argument. Here's the problem. If you want to argue that people are ‘intelligently designed' and ‘perfectly put together', you have to come with answers to these:Why do appendixes exist? They seem to serve absolutely no purpose, and can often serve as a danger to our own bodies.Why are our eyes so terrible?

Why do humans live long?

The mystery as to why humans outlive almost all other mammals may have finally been solved.An international team of scientists compared how much energy the average primate uses each day with the equivalent amount of energy other mammals use.Researchers discovered, somewhat surprisingly, that primates burn half

Why do individual humans get upset by the idea of humans dying off as a species? We all die as individuals anyway. What is the difference?

There are a variety of reasons.Mostly it's because the instinct to survive exists subordinate to the instinct to pass on one's genes to the next generation. The whole reason you have a survival instinct is because if you die, you can't

What is likely to be the ultimate reason for the extinction of humans on earth?

Given the global distribution of humans, and the relatively fast rate of cultural adaptation, I think it would take a planet-wide extinction level event to eliminate humans from the earth.  It seems to me it would have to be on the level of the Cambrian or K-Pg extinction.

Will humans be extinct in 100 years?

That is very unlikely.Human are very resilient.The Easter Island example shows us that a small group of humans, isolated, can survive a radical change in their environment (the extinction of all trees) without going extinct.Mutiny on the Bounty is an other example of a small groups of humans surviving against all odds, on a

How did humans survive amongst a vast variety of species? Which species are the most dominant after humans?

Dominance depends on how you measure it. For instance, your intestine is completely full of bacteria. If you could get rid of all of it, well, you can't. It helps you digest food. Does that mean it's dominating you?This question is asking how did we

Who would win in a war between all humans and all ants the size of humans?

Humans. Every time, and without lifting a finger.Scale an ant up to human size (~10 million times heavier than a regular size ant - see Illustrative Mathematics) and first its legs would collapse under its own weight, and then it would suffocate because its spiracle based respiratory system (Respiratory system of insects) would not provide

Why should we eradicate the whole human race?

Well...I wouldn't say cull the ENTIRE human race, as that involves killing good and innocent people. And I'm strongly opposed to that.However...I'm definitely in favor of mass extermination of ALL these wastes of human life listed below.People who senselessly murder other people (including serial killers, armed robbers, and

Why did humans domesticate cats?

Cats were never domesticated by humans, they just got so fat and lazy from easy prey and comfortable spots made by humans that they became easy to pick up and cuddle. Kittens were often raised in spots made by humans and humans had waste piles of fish or other corpses and

What are the ways by which a man can adopt the environment to his needs?

The best way is to give the environment over entirely to the fossil-fuel industry to exploit for its

Why do I look like other humans?

1)Because your parents were humans instead of bonobos, or pandas, or bears.2)Or at least the genetically dominant parent.You have to reproduce to be sure. If your offspring also look like other humans and your mate is verifiably human, then the answer is #1

What and when was the first species of the Genus 'Homo'? What were its characteristics?

The earliest hominid to be classified as the genus Homo is the Homo habilis, dating from 2.4 million years ago at Olduvai Gorge at the African Rift Valley in Tansania.This fossils were found and interpreted by the incredible famous palaeontologist Mary Leakey, assisted

Why do we humans look the way we do?

Well, we're basically worms. Gut on the inside and skin on the outside. Nerves and specialized stuff in the middle.We're bilaterally symmetric because that means our genes only have to encode half our structure. We have two arms, two legs, two

What is the best way to let humans have humanity?

Thanks for A2A,Humans have humanity it's not missing anywhere, it's just they function this in a very limited aspect or at a very closed access.. let me give you some example...As a self you want to be the happiest person, isn't it..

Could humans, (if we wanted) wipe out life on this planet?

The people who would want to wipe out the entire inhabitants of the earth, this would include humans, animals, insects, and vegetation, etc. Would be greatly outnumbered, by those who want to live and exist. Therefore, the ones who would want such an abomination to occur would be annihilated by the sheer numbers who would

Could there be humans on other planets. Not aliens but humans?

The twists and turns that lead to life, and us, evolving on this planet we're numerous and unique. Take for example the fact that we have plate tectonics, a characteristic unique to Earth in this solar system and perhaps essential for life

Which animal species has killed the most humans?

#2 is human on human killing, #1 is mosquitoes in general

Is man inherently good or inherently evil? Do we take birth with such qualities or just a blank state?

Inherently evil? I would say no.Inherently good? Perhaps to some extent. Humans are social creatures, and from an evolutionary point of view they have to have to get along with each other. A lot of research supports humans being on the whole altruistic, and there is every reason to believe it's an excellent survival trait.Where we

Are humans actually a hybrid species?

As you say the term species is quite a flexible thing and it  can be difficult to pin down exactly where one species ends and another begins, the fact that the current population has small percentages of other species DNA means that the different pre sapiens humans were genetically closer to each other than distinct species would be. This