- "A nomad I will remain for life, in love with distant and uncharted places."
- –Isabelle Eberhardt
Nomadic Lifestyle is the act of searching or traveling for the purpose of discovery, e.g. of unknown people, including space (space exploration), for oil, gas, coal, ores, caves, water (Mineral exploration or prospecting), or information.
Although exploration has existed as long as human being, its peak is seen as being during the Age of Discovery when Europeans navigators traveled around the world discovering new lands and cultures. The New Stone Age (Neolithic) began about 10,000 B.C., and lasted until about 3,500 B.C. During the period, people changed from hunting and gathering food to domesticating animals and cultivating land as farmers. The revolution in agricultural production began in the Middle East and spread into Africa, Asia, and the Americas. The Neolithic farmer developed a concept of ownership and property, established permanent settlements, and abandoned a nomadic lifestyle.