Creating a stable food supply
By schnemar, Updated
It is two cave men talking about how terrible/ awesome their lives are
We travel in small groups. Since we are migrating all of the time, so we never stop to build our community. The caves only fit about 20-60 humans, which is the range of the amount of people that travel in the groups.
Yeah, I know. I live in the Paleolithic times, too.
In the Neolithic times, we farm. Farming enables us to build permanent shelters. These buildings allow us to build large communities. In these communities, we all have different jobs, and we trade with each other.
Yeah. I know how we live in the Neolithic times.
Due to the developments in the Neolithic times, and the human's recognition that this was a better life-style, humans today live in large communities. We all have jobs, and live in permanent homes. Because we separate the workload, we are able to accomplish the same amount of things in a shorter amount of time, which gives us time to do even more things, whether it is working or something for our enjoyment. The change in the communities from Paleolithic to Neolithic certainly changed our lives for the better today.
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