By: Raven Lebeau
x-Men or "Idiocracy"? That is the question. I would love to spin a tale of mankind's unlimited potential, but being as how this is the sciences channel, rather than the creative writing channel, I'll lay out the the disappointing facts. The theory of evolution relies...
By: Stanley Roberts
Evolutionary change in man is a slow and complicated process. It would take thousands of years for man to be able to adapt his body to living in say space or underground. However, before we can make that leap man has to begin evolving to...
By: Darian Peters
Predicting the next phase of human evolution is something that can be looked at in a number of ways. In the run up to the new Millenium the conversation was very much dominated by New Age writers who gave the impression that we were all...
Predicting the next phase of human evolution
By: Effie Moore Salem
Who should predict the next phase of human evolution. Is it something humanity does or is it something done to them? The next phase of human evolution is nothing humans should predict or decide, but it's something for them to think about and to make...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Jonte Rhodes
The idea that organism evolve progressively and always into more complex forms largely comes from looking at humans as a species. We are an example of one species that did evolve into more complex organism in that we have intelligence and as such are now...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Michael Burgwin
A critical distinction in any argument about theoretical expectations, predictions and truisms, especially where life is concerned, is the use of the word "always." If the word "always" is used, then the answer is predictably "No." Although there is evidence of species with...
By: Jonte Rhodes
Evolution is in most cases a constant change to a species to enable them to better cope with and adapt to their surroundings as they change over time as well. This being the case humans ability to change our own environment through our rapid social...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Gary C. Gibson
Shannon entropy is a measurement of the loss of information associated with the transmission of information. Physical entropy is the evolution of order in to disorder. Each phenomena accompanies the evolution of living organisms and not just bureaucracies.Evolution in to simpler forms would be...
By: Jonathan Ellman
The next phase of evolution actually might be a sort of "de-evolution" if you will. What I mean by this is that males and females of the human species will display very similar physical characteristics as they did when the "decent of man" all began...
Do Organisms always Evolve into more Complex Forms
By: Sammy Stein
Yes, they do!I give you as an example teenagers!When they were small, they were simple beings- uncomplicated and only needing the basics in life of food, hygiene, emotional support and the occasional tidy round in their rooms. They were simple organisms.Now however...

 

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