Right, you can tell me all you want about crows figuring out how to use tools or babboons having a social culture. To me the proof that humans are different doesn’t need to rely on going to the moon, although that is fairly dramatic, or invoking our size differences, but just the fact that you will not see this elaborate of a ritual in animal cultures.

  • 10⁷ people standing still, with drastic psyche-driven internal state fluctuating
  • one person apart
  • one person singing
  • (and obvs the technology: microphone and Ka’ab)

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  3. portugalstew said: Complex social behavior on a massive scale isn’t entirely uncommon; this is sometimes referred to as Eusociality, as coined by Suzanne Batra and defined by Edward Wilson. But it is unique among vertebrates to humans and naked mole rats.
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