Friday, January 7, 2011

Can we really communicate with each other?

On a more scientific note it is believed (and scientifically proven) that what distinguishes humans from apes  is language and our ability to communicate. While some communications skills exists in chimps they remain equivalent to those of a two year old child and do not significantly evolve throughout the life of a chimpanzee. While humans of course develop a much more sophisticated language structure.

I beg to differ!

Apparently we are supposed to be able to make  requests and follow instructions and even understand meaning...well sometimes management meetings can be truly revealing...all I see is a stimulus response with very little understanding of meaning.

Also one of the most important distinguishing feature is the fact that we can communicate about almost this is hilarious!

Are we then regressing since these studies were published?

Try to look around and observe those around you, are we really communicating?

still I am blogging...not sure what to make of it :)

I am leaving you with these thoughts..

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

What about the British??