Jason Mraz checked in with fans on his blog at MySpace (@jasonmraz) on Saturday (July 18), talking about how humans are always evolving and wondering if we’re nearing the next dramatic evolution of man. The singer songwriter tells readers:
I knew it wouldn’t take long for Twittering to come around. As the novelty of celebrity access wears off, communities emerge using this technology as a powerful tool for making meaningful connections. The more we show-up as our true selves, in any network, the more we inspire others to do the same. Add this to a worldwide reach with a lightning-fast connection speed, and welcome greater experiences of synchronicity for ALL.
Let’s not forget that humans are still evolving. Though our history on earth portrays us to look more like bacteria than anything else, I am grateful to be here, 6 senses enhanced, however limited that may be on a universal scale. Technology is playing a major role in our development. Some believe this mastery of technology will inspire children to be born with telepathy in a few short generations.
60,000 years ago, just as the Earth was thawing out from being its latest snowball, the human population was reduced to just 2,000 people. Somehow, in this great thawing came a dramatic shift as the human recovered remarkably with language and conceptual thinking. Roughly 30,000 years later, another shift occurred when humans figured out how to farm the soil and store food. This introduced them to an abundant lifestyle, which in turn created a heck of a lot more people. This new means of relying on agricultural also created starvation and eventually, enemies.