Do we have them? Like many other brain controlled animals, we are born with some specialized neural blueprint, hardwired by repeated -and "useful"- information accumulated after evolutionary adventures. When infant is exposed to human language (preferably starting from the earliest age), the infant will only be able to control it if necessary brain connection is present; infants of other animals and/or human infants born with/develop some form of brain architecture issue(s) will not be able to "at least" fully manipulate this tool, no matter what degree they can comprehend the external conversations. According to some archaeological interpretations, control of fire by early humans goes back to 1.7 million years ago. Is it enough time for brain to develop a relevant "fire control" compartment?