How Did Communication Start?

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Communication developed slowly. The caves of pre-historic man showed drawings etched on the walls depicting wild life and hunting scenes. As man's intelligence increased over the centuries, eventually vocal sounds, like grunts, turned into words and sentences with common meanings among tribes, than communities, then villages, then cities, than countries.
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It began with the need to make the other person understand. It is much deeper than that. It is rooted in the motion of the elements prior to their existence.
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