India has the caste system and the West has the class system that basically segregated human beings into different social strata where intermingling is difficult and discrimination rampant – sometimes overt and at other times, covert. Could such discriminatory practices actually find their way into our genes? Could the genetics of humans actually end up creating two “naturally selected” strata? Yes, if Evolultionary Theorist Oliver Curry of London School of Economics is to be believed!
According to Dr. Curry human race will be split into two in the next 100,000 years. One: Tall, Slim, Intelligent, Attractive and Creative. Second: Short, Dull, Dim-witted, Ugly, “goblin-like” creatures. This may happen as a result of how people start choosing their spouses and vcations. Spoilt by technology and gadgets, people would become more like domesticated animals.
Women will change to have lighter, smooth, hairless skins, large clear eyes, pert breasts, glossy hair and even features. Men on the other hand will have summetrical facial features, look athletic, have squarer jaws, deep voice, and bigger penises.
The human race will peak in the next 1000 years by about 3000 years and then start to decline due to its overwhelming dependence on technology. By then average heights would have become between 6 to 7 feet and life spans as long as 120 years.
Love, Sympathy and such social skills and heart related emotions may slowly come at a premium by then. Mechanistic existence will be more in common.
Genetic “Equality” and “smoothening” out of the races through inter-racial marriages and breeding is Curry’s predominant theme!
And if you just add some similar clothes.. you get the idea why all Space movies have similar people in the same “uniforms”? The Individuality thing aint there guys in the “evolved” species! Uniform wearing, Conformism is the in thing. Here’s a prediction – Macy’s and Harrod’s are goners. Dont invest in ’em! Just one stock – Walmart! Get the uniforms and stop the Individuality thingy!
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