QUESTIONS OF LANGUAGE Did we used to speak without sound, gently, softly, using the central nervous system to send forth thoughts until alphabets were invented; forced upon a mind's normal way of sharing ideas? Did someone become bored with brain waves communication, "thinking up" the concept of guttural utterances as a more profound way to say one’s say? Do we give credit to the writers of the Bible and re-read once again the tale of failed Babel: where a god in fear comes down to confuse, throwing forth a multitude of languages to cause dissent? Perhaps some enterprising scribe, out of work, with tears in eyes, realized he could not, ever pen down our thoughts unexpressed by words? A controller, a conqueror, knowing that without words no record of his misdeeds would remain to throw fear in the hearts of a struggling, evolving race of beings? Is this trying to tell us that languages in any tongue are not a natural result of evolution but un-natural interference? Can you read my thoughts on this?