So I don't know where else to put this. So it will go here in General. I'm sitting here thinking about where clapping could have come from and the best thing I could think of would be that it is as natural as life. You see babies that clap when they like something. Babies that are too young to know what clapping is or have been exposed to too awfully much of it. So I'm thinking that when humans came around the babies were raised and just naturally clapped when they liked something and instead of leaving that behind like thumb sucking and shitting themselves, they just grew with it. I conclude that with this theory it would have only taken two or three generations of humans to develop clapping. It's probably one of our oldest actions.