What humans will look like in 1,000 years

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+8 1. huldu commented 4 years ago

I think humans on planet Earth has a lot more issues to solve before leaping forward.
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+4 2. snotraddict commented 4 years ago

Thankfully I won't be here! Just a guess, but when we start messing with things that we think we know a lot about, we generally screw it up. There's too many variables.
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+5 3. mwak commented 4 years ago

This ending, "outrunning extinction" is this really all that it is about ?
I'd personally prefer to go than download myself in a computer.

Can't we just enjoy life and make it better for everyone instead of fearing it and making it harder for others so we can feel safer ?
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+7 4. Thanny commented 4 years ago

Humans are not going to be taller.

The increase in average height over the past 100+ years has nothing whatsoever to do with evolution, which simply cannot operate at that speed (a handful of generations).

It has to do with nutrition. In areas where malnutrition is a major problem today, which becomes mitigated or solved in the future, average height will increase, up to a point. So will average intelligence, as it takes a lot of calories provided at regular intervals to build a brain as well as it can be for a given genotype.
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+1 5. Natan_el_Tigre commented 4 years ago

#4 Antitranshumanist! :P
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+1 6. Abdullah54 commented 4 years ago

I think humans have like 100 to 200 years before they find a way to wipe themselves out...
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+3 7. smi commented 4 years ago

#6 Well, I think we are more than capable of that right now.
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0 8. curator commented 4 years ago

Humans on Mars would grow bigger pupils because there is less sunlight.
That's not how evolution works!