posted on Apr, 2 2014 @ 12:50 PM
This doesn't seem like much of a revelation? 2 meters isn't much different from now. 120 year average lifespan is attainable this century. We are
already a species which is a collection of shades of brown, so with global travel and broadening societal norms, those shades homogenizing into
something more consistent is a given.
I don't see this as a prediction for the year 3000, more like a prediction for the year 2130.
This is kind of like the other threads predicting earthquakes in California and tornadoes in the Midwest.
And, this isn't "evolution," because it isn't a change in genetics, it is a change in technology and breeding.
It will be evolution if, by the year 3000, we are running at 50 mph due to elongated limbs and denser tendons, or if we are communicating
telepathically due to genetic mutations in our brain, or we are immune to cancer and radiation because our bodies have mutated to accept the pollution
of our planet and our eroding ozone. That is evolution. If we morph into a new type of species more suited to our changing environment then we have
evolved, but not if we just interbreed and take better care of ourselves through medicine and technology.