Perhaps the best way to begin to propose an answer to that question would be to ask ourselves what would happen if a cataclysmic event happened today? Whether it was from a huge meteor strike, or nuclear war, or even a disease that swept through the human population sparing not one person, if humans were to simply die or disappear our place we might think is assured in history. Well, perhaps not. Remember, the age we put on civilizations and even the Earth itself, for all the academic trimmings, is basically guess-work. And they are not forced to be one-hundred percent correct all the time. Nuclear power stations would automatically switch into safety mode.
When it comes to ancient civilizations, most people think of the Greeks and Romans. Both have shaped modern society in some way, whether it be their long-lasting social, cultural, or political influences. However, there are dozens of civilizations that have been around long before the Greeks and Romans made their stamp on human history. Their hunter-gatherer lifestyle can be traced back to BCE, but the first permanent villages were built around BCE. It is around this time that the earliest developments in agriculture occurred. At their height, their population exceeded 19 million people.
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Ancient civilizations are the link to our past, the fore fathers of modern society. The ancient civilizations from history started small, they learned, they grew, they expanded, and now our modern civilization is built of the work done by them. Not only were the vast array of ancient civilizations diverse and unique in their nature, they often shared similar traits which shows just how similar humans are regardless of their continent or geographical location.
GISS a world-class climate-science facility. I was visiting GISS that day hoping to gain some climate science insights and, perhaps, collaborators. It took me a few seconds to pick up my jaw off the floor. We never got back to aliens. But once you roll the clock back to tens of millions or hundreds of millions of years, things get more complicated.