According to the darwinian scheme, writing was supposedly developed circa 2000 b.c. (it was really 4000 b.c.), but business transactions had been ongoing for tens of thousands of years, so the darwinists expect us to believe that humans before 2000 b.c. had no need to record quantities and qualities to relate to others at other times and places? Are we really to believe that Nog and Blam or whoever, ostensibly twenty thousand years ago, didn’t think to scratch agreed-upon marks on materials to symbolize thoughts and information to be related?
The ancient writing scripts in western Asia appeared really all at once, in the biblical timeframe, certainly no surprise, when the earliest nations are biblical names, such as Elam and Canaan, Tarshish and Javan (Ionian), the earlist human settlers in the post Flood world, the writing systems having diverged when the languages were confused at Babel, a great diversity of writing scripts developed at that time, divergent from the original semitic script, explained in article #13 at http://GenesisVeracity.com.
See too http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.