crazypete: Evolution implies that people with unwanted genetic traits or diseases will not be reproducing, how are we going to selectively breed If these traits? If we can't then we'll never "evolve" past what we are. We'll just keep bandaging our bodies and living longer with them. All the while making more of us that will all be allowed to reproduce with the same defective parts.
wambu: Looks British. That is the female, isn't it?
Erom: Longer fingers because of devices we use? Kinda short sighted to think we'll still be pushing buttons and screens in 1000 years let alone 50 years.
emersonbiggins: My prediction of what all women will look like in the year 3000:[images.askmen.com image 376x490]/male fertility rate continues to spiral downward because of teh crazy
BraveNewCheneyWorld: Erom: Longer fingers because of devices we use? Kinda short sighted to think we'll still be pushing buttons and screens in 1000 years let alone 50 years.In 50 years I fully expect computers to be driven by thought.
RolandGunner: This article is obviously mistaken since at some point someone would have to have sex with someone who looks something like that... and obviously that won't happen.
The One True TheDavid: Do they really think that using iPhones is going to be a selection criteria?It already is. Been to a college campus lately?What I liked was this: "And there will be darker skin as people move around the planet and races mix." Hooray!
phlegmmo: Wow, all that in 1000 years. Too bad we have no way of knowing how much we've changed in our previous 1000 years. Oh, wait....
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abhorrent1: I can't fap to this.
kronicfeld: In the year two thousaaaaaaaaand
The Jami Turman Fan Club: We're still using a steering wheel a hundred years after the invention of the car simply because people like having something that makes them feel in control.
TwoBeersOneCan: This article is absurd for another reason I haven't seen in the thread. Human beings in 1,000 years will not be organic.
The Jami Turman Fan Club: BraveNewCheneyWorld: Erom: Longer fingers because of devices we use? Kinda short sighted to think we'll still be pushing buttons and screens in 1000 years let alone 50 years.In 50 years I fully expect computers to be driven by thought.Subvocalization and tracking eye and hand movement is so much cheaper, why bother?
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danceswithcrows: The Jami Turman Fan Club: We're still using a steering wheel a hundred years after the invention of the car simply because people like having something that makes them feel in control.I thought we were using steering wheels because they're a direct mechanical interface to moving the front wheels of a car/truck, so they're very robust, fairly simple and cheap to manufacture, and easy to figure out.
RoyFokker'sGhost: BTW, is that from Sueprman: TAS? I know the JLU ep backwards and forwards and it looks nothing like the abortion that was the LoSH cartoon. Time to fire up the DVD's...
The_Original_Roxtar: I imagine in 1000 years, we'll have long since been killed off by some supervirus of our own making.
randomjsa: I particularly like the bit about how we're going to somehow have smaller brains because of computers.Computers have been responsible for the EXPANSION of knowledge more so than perhaps any other tool in history.
Proteios1: I thought it was just religion the media was so clueless about. I see science is part of the group of topics the media has absolutely nothing useful to speak of. Evolution doesnt follow a logical pathway based on transient social trends. we have many traits that serve no purpose simply because there was no selection against it. if evolution followed a logical plan it would be called intelligent design. and lets not go there.Maybe the media should just stick to entertainers and their drug addictions.
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