I wouldn't be using evolution so liberally here. The body doesn't always evolve something just because it's advantageous. To me, the process seems to
be "controlled" by someone or something. For example, I think I've pointed out why there's really no reason for the body to NOT duplicate the
telomeres perfectly, and even learn how to regenerate organs, which would effectively give us immortality. Another thing is wings, there was no reason
at all for those birds to abandon them. Why couldn't they evolve arms, "in addition to the wings," and make us "angels?" Surely they would have
realized how advantageous flying was. Growing an extra set of arms probably isn't much more difficult than growing(or losing) a tail, so why couldn't
they do it?
If Asians were to evolve or "desire" bigger eyes, the reason would be that they're more beautiful, but the Greys aren't exactly beautiful(at least
from our standpoint), which brings us to the subject of beauty(that the body cannot change to be simpler, even if it wanted to. If it did, then we
would eventually differ on whether this girl, house, car, etc is beautiful, and that would be strange. In other words, it seems that "the concept of
beauty is already pre-defined for the human race.") IMO, being beautiful consists of no less than 8 traits(that I've read or learned from multiple
sources), and these are: big eyes, small nose, double-eyelids, high cheekbones, small jaw, heart-shaped face, high symmetry and proportionality. It's
my opinion that you need at least 5 or 6 of them to truly be considered beautiful.
For now, we'll leave out why it's so complex. Other than the high cheekbones, I have verified ALL of these traits, through hundred of White
celebrities, Asians celebrities and Asians girls pictures, on sites like Facebook. How did I verify the proportionality trait? Well, what I've found
is that, at least with regards to Asian women, when they have big eyes and small nose and are still not beautiful, their eyes are ALWAYS too far
apart, more than 50%(technically 46%) or more than half the face at eye level, and you can judge this with just pictures(visit the link in my sig and
you'll understand this trait more).
And here's the thing, the body actually keeps track of this distance! It's said that the distance between an adult's eyes is 10x less proportionally
to the distance between the eyes and the tip of their hands extended(and if you look at basketball players, including White ones, you'll see how true
this is. The guys with long wingspan, for example, Pau Gasol, their eyes are far apart). This would not be possible, unless the body keeps track of
Anyway, the point here is that it appears that the body already knows what is beautiful(after all, it seems to know how to make babies cute), but it
doesn't actually WANT to do it. Why is that? My opinion is that it all goes back to this cosmic computer programmer and his quirks, or perhaps some
species is controlling our DNA and decides when we should take the next step in our evolution, and that includes things like the Cambrian explosion,
all macro-evolutions, etc.
Or perhaps it becomes irrelevant when we get into the next dimension, become energy form and can shapeshift at will.
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