Evolution has changed our bodies and faces over thousands of years — and it’s still happening.
Here’s how experts predict people will differ from us 1,000 years from now:
- We’ll be TALLER at 6-7ft because of improved nutrition and medical science. An Osteopath says: “The average American is about one inch taller than in 1960.”
- Our INTESTINES will get shorter so we don’t absorb as much fat and sugar — a natural way of avoiding obesity.
- If male fertility declines further, there will be SMALLER TESTICLES.
- Our most used extremities will change dramatically. ARMS AND FINGERS get longer to reduce the need to reach too far and nerve endings in hands and fingers will increase because of the greater use of devices such as iPhones that need complex eye-hand coordination.
- We’ll have SMALLER BRAINS, maybe because so much memorizing and thinking is done by our computers.
- There will be LARGE EYES to compensate for smaller mouths.
- A Dentist also thinks there could be FEWER TEETH as softer food needs less chewing and biting. He says: “We could even get our nutrition from liquids or pills in the future, which could mean less teeth and receded jaws.”
- Expect people to have QUADRUPLE CHINS.
- Everyone will have the same shape of NOSE because climate is having less influence on broad or narrow hooters thanks to air conditioning and central heating.
- Central heating and warm clothing means we’ll be LESS HAIRY but there’ll be more WRINKLES as a result of peering at our electronic devices.
- And there will be darker skin as people move around the planet and races mix.
Story and PIC of the future human HERE