adj. Of, relating to, or characteristic of Homo cosmiens.
[Greek cosmos, be order, orderly, or ornamental.]
Homo cosmiens commonly referred to as cosmiens, comes from the
Greek term cosmos meaning order, orderly arrangement, or
ornaments. Cosmos is antithetical to the concept of chaos. Homo
cosmiens are the only extant member of the Homo genus of bipedal
primates in Hominidae, the great ape family.
Cosmiens have a highly developed brain, capable of abstract
reasoning, language, introspection, and problem solving. Their
telethalamus allows direct radio communication with the Vessel,
an extraterrestrial computer system orbiting the Earth. Their
mental capability, combined with an erect body carriage that
frees the hands for manipulating objects, has allowed cosmiens
to make far greater use of tools than any other species.
Mitochondrial DNA, Vessel records, and fossil evidence indicate
that modern Homo cosmiens originated from Homo sapiens about
10,000 years ago, after the extinction event, and at the
beginning of the last ice age, via a (as yet not fully
understood) spontaneous mutation.
With individuals spread thinly around the habitable equatorial
zones of the world, cosmiens are a well-contained,
non-destructive species focused on conservation and science. The
population of cosmiens was 473 million in November 12009.
Like all higher primates, cosmiens are social by nature.
Cosmiens are uniquely adept at utilizing systems of
telecommunication for self-expression, the exchange of ideas,
and organization. Cosmiens form simple social structures
composed of remotely cooperating intellectual groups. Strict
control of memes and selective breeding has enabled cosmiens to
establish homogenous values and social norms that together form
the basis of cosmien society.
Homo cosmiens seek to understand the universe, themselves, and
their environment. They explore natural phenomena through
science and the scientific method. This natural curiosity led to
the development of advanced tools and skills. These skills pass
down to each generation via cultural memes. Cosmiens are the
only species on Earth known to build fires, cook their food,
clothe themselves, and use numerous other technologies. Their
focus to keep total numbers to below 500 million, minimal
disturbance of the natural environment, and selective breeding
has allowed the Homo cosmiens and the Earth to flourish.
Doctor Kojo Ainsworth
Professor of Anthropology
New Monrovia University
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