The Need For a Universal Language and Methods of Its Creation as Suggested by Hangul

Myung-Gun Choo 1
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Published Online: Jan 01, 2017


In 1994, the entire world watched in awe as a comet slammed into Jupiter and the event caused a major paradigm shift in the way mankind viewed the history of life on earth. We had come to realize that the ecosystem had not evolved along a smooth and continuous path to become its current form but rather that it had undergone a series of dramatic changes following several periodic extinctions. For many years a number of scientists had claimed that the collision of a comet and the earth drove the dinosaurs into extinction some 65 million years ago. While this view was regarded as just another hypothesis until recently, the event in 1994 shattered all opposing views and it is now accepted as an established theory. This implies that while life on earth began 4.6 billion years ago from a simple cell division, through both continuous evolution and periodic extinctions a great diversity of life forms at various stages of evolutionary processes have come to coexist in the world today.