Arman asked 4 months ago

Do you think in the distant future humans will evolve to a new species? If so what traits do you think they'll have that'll distinguish them from us?

Arman

Do you think in the distant future humans will evolve to a new species? If so what traits do you think they'll have that'll distinguish them from us?

no because i think humanity will get worse. we already have brainless people who cause problems

Answered by xvilyv

Yeah, assuming civilization doesn't crumble into the sea, the funny thing will be when they use 'sapiens' as a pejorative the way we use 'Neanderthal' now

Maybe we'll be taller and hopefully less retarded

Answered by Pawesome

I don't know about traits, but I had a cool thought: If we were to start colonizing other solar systems, there could be many new species evolving from us, each one adapting to its environment (over however many millions of years that kind of thing would ta

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ofc; no population's entire gene pool remains stagnant. even animals that are colloquially considered "living fossils" like horseshoe crabs and crocodiles have changed tremendously over a few hundred million years. modern Homo sapiens are still very new

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Most stuff will happen within. The spirit will evolve and not so much the vehicle.

Im already there bro. Half man, half child at heart. And judging by my hairiness - part werewolf too 🤪 basically the full package if I do say so my damn self!

Answered by IAWIA

When climate change keeps it pace we might evolve into sea creatures again.

Answered by Kate

Some of us have recently evolved to tolerate lactose, some people aren't there yet

Answered by Pandy
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