Page 5 - Is Google the Next Stage of Evolution of Life on Earth

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L
ife as we know it depends on DNA to
transmit information from one generation
to the next. Until the appearance of the
human race, this was the only way favorable
adaptations were retained. Thus, only those
adaptations that were genetic in nature
drove the progress of evolution. With the
invention of language, however, a new type
of evolution could occur—what Julian
Huxley termed “psycho-social” evolution.
The DNA of this evolution is language,
and with language came the ability for
humans to transmit information from one
generation to the next linguistically, as well
as genetically. This meant that adaptations
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