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Hunter D

In Reply To
Rehzon

Location: Red Forest, Chernobyl
Member Since: Sat May 17, 2008
Subj: Re: Here's A Question Hunter D Has Not Asked Yet (I Don't Think)...
Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2008 at 08:23:49 pm CDT (Viewed 530 times)
Reply Subj: Re: Here's A Question Hunter D Has Not Asked Yet (I Don't Think)...
Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2008 at 07:03:37 pm CDT (Viewed 534 times)


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> > I don't believe it's possible to De-Evolve, if a species reaches an Evolutionary dead end then that species goes extinct........
>
> So if distant future humans don't make an evolutionary leap,they'll just
> start dropping dead or lose the ability to reproduce? And how many years do you estimate it will take for evolved beings to start showing up?
>


Were always evolving because our surroundings are always changing and that's what Evolution is the ability to change inorder to adapt to new surroundings, many species couldn't so they died out....I truely believe that our science and technology is what's going to save us but as far as how we would evolve the possibilities are endless...We could become aquatic considering our bodies are 70 percent water or we could lose our physical mass in exchange for increased brain power it all depends on where we are in the future...


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