posted on Feb, 8 2007 @ 11:07 AM
Yes, we will, and in fact we arr all the time, each subsequent generation
is a little bit more evolved than the last, not enough to be noticed for the
Oh, and that dpes'nt mean you're better than the last generation either.
Evolution, for the most part, is an incredibly slow process, taking thousands to millions of years, so unless we go through another rapid
evolution, the normal person would never see evolution.
That said, I do think, that saying we did'nt interfere with it, we will
eventually go through the following changes.
-We'll lose all of our body hair, except our eyelashes and the hair on
the top of our head.
-Our fingers will get longer and more dextrous.
-We'll lose the ring finger.
-Our sense of smell will get weaker, and subsequently are noses will
-For humans on Earth, the average height will continue to grow, and
average off at around 6'5-7'0.
-Our toes wil eventually evolve into two super-toes.
Of course, when it comes to humans that will eventually live in other
environments, like low gravity, different changes will occur, but for
humans living on Earth, the above are what will/would come naturally.