The use of instruments by early humans was partly a means of discovery, partly of evolution. Early people developed from a race of foraging hominids which were already bipedal, with a smaller brain than that of modern people. Tool use remained comparatively unchanged for many of early human history, but roughly 50,000 years ago, a complex set of behaviors and power use emerged, believed by many archaeologists to be related to the emergence of fully-modern language. By the mid-twentieth century, humans had achieved a mastery of technology adequate to go away the floor of the Earth for the first time and explore area.
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