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Author Topic:   Is the evolution of modern man going to stop
valentin.d
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Message 71 of 107 (674794)
10-03-2012 4:43 AM
Reply to: Message 7 by dwise1
03-09-2011 2:49 PM


dwise1
Evolution will continue, regardless. Evolution is collective results on the population level of life doing what life does: propagate. Whether there is change or there is no change, that's still evolution at work.
Rather, your questions bear more on how the things of modern life, be they medical, environmental, or social, will affect our evolution.
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The driver did not ride horses!
Evolution, stop!
Because genetics will lead us to the grave!
We still look exactly the same as the hundreds of millions of years ago.
Here the documentary photos of civilized man which was killed by a bullet from a pistol in the age of dinosaurs.
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valentin.d
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Message 72 of 107 (674797)
10-03-2012 5:58 AM
Reply to: Message 27 by Larni
08-25-2011 4:46 AM


Larni
I think the question is what selection pressures are there on humans? Without birth control humans are pretty fecund and with access to medical care families get pretty large.
I'm finding it hard to think of something that is more significant than human ingenuity and use of technology in terms of successful reproduction.
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I totally agree with you!
New worldview in science and philosophy, which emerged on the basis open of mystery natural selection and reproduction of viable organisms:
New worldview in the field of natural sciences and philosoph - Philosophy Discussion Forums
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valentin.d
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Message 74 of 107 (674848)
10-03-2012 12:28 PM
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10-03-2012 10:26 AM


Re: Selective Pressure
I agree with you, respected NoNukes.
By the way, the cloning of organisms, with similar to us dystrophies on an example of brothers smaller, in the absence of quality selection, and together with and absence it variability of biological forms, that encompasses the need for their perfection, was inevitably expressed in the loss of organisms ability to their survival. In particular, the cloning was aggravated with occurrence of a congenital arthritis in sheep’s, and a birth of the person - the ugly creature.
The prevailing part of sheep’s has been destroyed in connection with virus epidemic, in consequence of that, on a fire has burned down together with wool of 10 million sheep’s. As a result, Kingdom of the Great Britain has lost 12 billion pounds sterling, besides is absolute without a guarantee to exclude relapse of epidemic. Financial losses will reach trillions, if to consider natural occurrence in the same country of a spongy encephalopathy, i.e. furiousness at the cows, in the World patients with leukemia of herd and destroyed owing to flu very much a plenty of birds which also are intended for a food of people not without damage to their health.
Euro news report 2002-11-29.
This problem was further exacerbated by and in all countries the World.

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valentin.d
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Message 79 of 107 (676080)
10-19-2012 2:43 AM
Reply to: Message 75 by broken180
10-15-2012 7:50 PM


Re: Civilized man was killed by a bullet from a pistol in the age of dinosaurs
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