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ID number:846114
Published: 24.05.2005.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

What was the first language in the world? It was born with the first of humanoids. Before 64 million years nobody could speak however there was another communication type – body language. We - homo sapient sapiens can talk, so nowadays this “language” has only the second plan role although humans contact mostly with body language and not with the speech. In fact all of the unverbal signals mostly are unawares but people in love use them either knowingly. About 85 % from all of humans can perfect describe the most used body expressions.
A lot of experiments and disputes are made for unverbal signal genetic discoveries. There were a lot of researches with the blinds and deft-mutes who defiantly couldn’t learn these signals in visual or audile way. This discovery results shows that all from the group used the same signals, so it means that body language is genetically hereditary. It’s based on genes so there won’t be a day when the humans couldn’t understand each other in movements.…

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