Today, humanity has the technology and sciences to literally destroy itself in self-defense or to give to others as abundance. Inner space is unfortunately a common legacy of all mankind, to be enjoyed and shared with wonder. Some individuals have done so much to humanity that their very names alone write history into the stars. Consider some of these incredible individuals.
Sir Alfred Wallace is remembered for his contributions to the field of linguistics, specifically the study of grammar and languages. Much of what he and his co-workers were able to achieve was based on their theories of gender-fluidity. Much later in life, Wallace became a beloved figure in quantum physics with a controversial interest in how intelligent human beings and the planet Earth may exist in multiple universes at the same time.
Niels Bohr is considered the father of modern science, physics and cosmology. His book, The Universe and the Big Bang was published in both English and Dutch. His discoveries that quantum theory and general relativity are two of the pillars of science that hold up the rest of modern thinking were revolutionary and were immediately seen by a generation of scientists who could not help but notice them. For this reason, Bohr is revered as the father of modern cosmology and particle physics.
Paulteness, or perfection, is considered by many to be mankind’s ultimate achievement. This definition includes mankind’s ability to produce an enormous amount of technological, artistic and social progress. The quest for perfection continues today, with most humans being obsessed with the quest to reach perfection. One way to describe this obsession is to say that the drive to be great in whatever we do often breaks down the boundaries of our personal lives. It may be related to human selfishness or ego. Whatever the cause, humankind continues to push itself into new realms.
Language is an important force in how we relate to ourselves, others and the universe. Humans live by using language to communicate. The use of gender-neutral language allows individuals who identify as a certain gender the freedom to express themselves without fearing discrimination or scrutiny from those whom they identify with. The freedom to use pronouns like “they”, “it” and “their” allows individuals to live in accordance with their own gender identity, which in turn helps create equality in society.
Humankind is considered by most scientists to be one of the three main genus of mammals. The other two are the chimpanzees and the dogs. Chimpanzees and dogs are the only genus of mammals that have yet to find complete fossils that can be classified as anthropological, or pre-human, remains. It is believed that humankind and all other species of the genus Humankind belong to a single genus of mammals that split off from a group of closely related species called Multituberculata. Although there are some disagreements among anthropologists about the exact relationships of Humankind to other species of the genus Multituberculata, the majority of them believe that Humankind belongs to this group.