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Subj: Re: Here's A Question Hunter D Has Not Asked Yet (I Don't Think)...
Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2008 at 10:24:08 pm EDT (Viewed 502 times)
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Posted: Fri Oct 17, 2008 at 09:23:49 pm EDT (Viewed 531 times)


> 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...


Actually now that I think about it as long as Humans remain on Earth when we do evolve there wouldn't be that much of a differece. Look at the Shark its basic design hasn't changed that much in the 150 million years of Evolution because its design is almost perfect a combination or strength, speed plus its vast array of hunting skills....Now look at Humans we can survive in the coldest landscapes or the hottest Countries add to that the fact that we are omivores able to survive on both meat and veggeatation. { Although many claim that it was the greater consumption of meat that triggered our earlier Evolutions }



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