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Linguists seek the 'mother of all languages'
  Posted by: Digg on Jul 23rd, 2007 3:05 AM
A controversial research project is trying to trace all human language to a common root. Many scientists think that fully modern human language enabled a "great leap forward" 50,000 years ago. And because scientists surmise that language arose only once, they believe that before leaving Africa to colonize the world, all humankind spoke as one. Original Digg Page

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