When humanities meet the digital age
Since humans have inhabited the Earth, they have lived, survived the elements, honed their abilities and techniques,
invented the wheel, writing, the steam engine, electricity and computers. They have conquered major diseases and even walked
on the Moon. They have also suffered, hated, loved and dreamed. And never lost hope.
Humanity gradually organized itself into tribes and later into nations with appointed leaders.
These peoples have formed alliances, fought, reconciled, and reconquered one another in an endless cycle for reasons of survival,
land, beliefs or simple rivalry. Often these reasons are nonsensical and biased.
Early on, storytellers orally passed down myths to explain origins, from the creation of the universe to the founding of cities.
Some of them then attempted to more accurately describe past events and put them in writing. Read more