posted on Oct, 28 2007 @ 03:30 AM
an interesting theory, but a little stereo typical to me. what you are talking about somewhat resembles that of the movie "the Time Machine", well
the new one at least, i haven't seen the original.
humanity may well evolve but whether it separates into sub species is questionable. it has happened in the past, the Homo Neanderthalis most recently
evolved when the ice age came about. in this case it was to adapt to the new climatic conditions (becoming shorter with stubbier limbs and fingers,
essentially to reduce heat loss.). this species was lost, due to the disappearance of the ice age. From what i can gather, from a big archaeological
find in Portugal, the Neanderthals were not killed or evolved away into nothing, but rather they were combined with the new Homo Sapians which
arrived from the south, namely Africa and the Mediterranean area.
the point i am trying to get to here is that humans wont undergo a major evolutionary change due to social environments, small changes maybe (such as
the evolution of blue eyes and blond hair, but that again could be linked to survival of the species).
if anything we would evolve to, maybe once again to a form resembling the Intuit, as my opinion of the future is that there will be another ice age.
however if it were to be a continuation of global warming, for whatever reason, we would evolve to be comparable to that of maybe an African or Middle
Eastern form, or South/Central American (the Aztec/Maya/Inca Americans, not Hispanic)
now to follow up that link i added up there, that is a fictional rendition of what could be us in the future. this will be relative to what becomes of
us in terms of our societies and civilizations (they could fall apart, and we could evolve back in to the original Homo Sapian (Sapian) stone age man,
or as it was said earlier we could just as easily spice our selves up into some kind of genetically engineered form.
essentially there is no telling what may happen, unless you can read the future that is.