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Considering how slow and gradual the evolutionary process is, it can be asserted that there must've been a time in human history when only a fraction of our predecessors would've gained consciousness. And who knows, this, right here, could be that time. amirite?

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That's not how evolution works. Did you think that the proto-chicken had arms and suddenly some of its babies were born with wings?

@caindenetro23 No. But there must've been a time when some could fly (not as gracefully) and other couldn't.

Not exactly. It gradually came to be. Every few generations they could flap a little higher from the ground.

Wings weren't originally used for flying, they were for keeping the body warm!

@yomamascub Not exactly. It gradually came to be. Every few generations they could flap a little higher from the ground. Wings...

That's correct. I never said it wasn't. Now, I'd suggest you read it again, assuming that you're not the only one with a brain.

Consciousness was not a light bulb that got turned on in only some population. It was gradual process. Ofc details of it are still unknown but it involved many physical changes to our body as well. Like change in jaw size, increase in brain size and it all happened gradually.

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