This chapter marks a break from the current archaeological consensus outlined in the previous chapters. This seeks to understand how human diversity has been created. This diversity is the ways different communities have accepted a common understanding of their worlds. It is accepted that all life, albeit at different levels of complexity, must have operated in similar ways to interpret their own worlds. For example, genetics isnot a blueprint by which a form of life is constructed;it is, instead, expressed by the cell’s internal means of reading and interpreting lengths of DNA.