By: V. Kumar
Human evolution refers to much more than biological evolution aloneEvolution is a process that brings about permanent changes in the Constitution of living beings. That way one can differentiate it from the permanent changes happening to the non-living objects, like stones, mountains and even fossils...
By: Jose A. Colon Rivera
Assessing the future of human evolutionI associate evolution with development, and even though I do not believe in the "theory of evolution", I do believe in progress. I believe that all life on Earth adapts to its surroundings in order to survive; and when given...
By: Jim Mcfalls
There is ALWAYS evolution occurring. It is a built-in mechanism in the transmission of our DNA. Although we can't stop it, we can try to understand it better. To know the future of human evolution, we need to determine what the present and future environmental...
By: Christine G.
What will the animal population of planet earth look like a thousand years from now? The answer depends both on natural processes and human choice. Animals will have to be more adaptable if humans continue to increase and take over earth's eco-system. They will be...
By: Thomas Bailey
What evidence? If you have some real, conclusive, evidence for Evolution, please show me. I haven't seen any yet. Instead, I would submit that there are other possible explanations for many of the things attributed to evolution. For example, the Grand Canyon is often touted...
By: Rena Sherwood
The evidence for the theory of evolution is very strong and can be seen in by animals today. Perhaps one of the most significant evidence for evolution is with the breeding of tame foxes in Russia. Another is with how much genetic material we share...
By: Christine G.
Since evolution is an adaptive process, the predator-prey relationship is a major force in shaping the development of a species. An ineffective hunter will starve; prey that cannot evade the predator will be eaten. Those who survive to reproduce pass on their genes, and natural...
By: W D Adkins
The Future of Human EvolutionThe fossil records tell us that modern humans evolved from ape-like predecessors. While we do not know the full story of that process (and probably never will), recent advances the analysis of mitochondrial DNA show that all humans alive today trace...
By: Rena Sherwood
Since the first feathered reptiles appeared 200 million years ago, birds have undergone phenomenal changes to survive in rapidly changing environments. Birds are far from through evolving. They will continue to adapt through whatever changes the future has in store for them.GlidersThe earliest ancestors...
By: Shane Christensen
Although the theory of evolution is widely accepted as scientific fact by many, a backlash still exists against this train of thought by those who feel it is an insult to their religious sensibilities. But the reality is that the truth lies somewhere in between...

 

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