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In order to determine what a caveman might believe or think in case of a natural disaster such as a hurricane, one must take into account the life style of a caveman and the special relationship he or she may have with nature.
If I was a caveman and found myself in a bad situation dealing with a huge hurricane, I would not think that natural disaster is a disaster cause by nature. Also I definitely would not be angry with God by thinking that God may be upset with me because of something wrong that I done. Remember, cavemen have lacked of useful tools to communicate and think. I would perhaps try to collect as much woods as I can, and cut them up into pieces so I can make fire. As a caveman, I would know for sure that I need to have fire in order to survive. Without fire, I would not be able to keep my body warm, to cook, and to see at night.
In addition, cavemen don’t have the proper knowledge like the modern man to predict anything in case of a natural disaster. But there is something significant about them. They usually expressed themselves with natural curiosity about life. In general, Cavemen don’t have any scientific explanation about life or nature. They have to rely on body language to determine a threat. They would get together to express their feelings and fairs. Often it would be a smile or certain gestures, which indicated a desire for peaceful or trouble.
Obviously, I think that cavemen are used to this kind of life. They probably have seen flood, hurricane, and tsunamis several times throughout their lives; as a result they got used to them. They don’t go into details to do research or to think about the situation. Even though, cavemen are not that intelligent to think wisely in case of a natural disaster, but they know how to protect themselves due life experience and special relationship they have with nature.