Evolution of Human Body in future
(How will the Human Body evolve in the future) : There are different ways the future of people could go. Researchers use digital tools to examine how technology will affect our bodies’ changes over time. There is a water world scenario for when the sea levels start to rise.This suggests some surprising things about our future. We will likely live longer and become taller, as well as more lightly built. We’ll probably be less aggressive and more agreeable, but have smaller brains. A bit like a golden retriever, we’ll be friendly and jolly, but maybe not that interesting.
We’ll grow an extra pair of eyelids
Researchers think that our bodies may change a bit in the high-tech future. People may also get a second set of eyelids from the tech neck. They could help our technological devices block out too much light.
The inside of the eyelid could get bigger to block blue, green, yellow, or red light from coming in.
We’ll have more claw-like hands.
By 2100, people may have hands shaped like claws from holding their phones for long periods. The name for it will be “text claw.”
On top of that, the elbow will probably be bent 90 degrees.
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Your teeth will shrink over time.
Anthropologists think that people’s teeth will keep getting smaller as time passes. There is no reason to have big, strong teeth to stay alive.
(How will the Human Body evolve in the future) : Along with the teeth, the jaw could also shrink. It will be more of a lifestyle disease than a genetic one.
Human feet will get larger
Because of climate change, people could get webbed feet and bigger toes. If the sea level goes up, this could happen in a “water world.”
Noses will get bigger.
In the future, nose sizes could get bigger on average. It might help warm the cold air when you breathe it in. It will happen because of climate change, not because of their genes. Again, this could happen if the world was made of water.
The way people’s faces change in the far future
We put together many ideas, which is how researchers think people may look. We do not know what the atmosphere will be like even in 100 years or if technology and rising sea levels will be the leading causes of change. Still, at least we can start doing everything we can now to stop global environmental problems in the future.