Future Human Progression: How Will They Evolve In Next 100-10,000 Years?

If you believe in evolution, then you know that we have evolved from primates to modern humans (Homo Sapiens), while it took us millions of years to reach this stage of humanity have you ever wondered what we will look like in the future.

Human Evolution: Next 100 Years from Now

The near future does not look as young and healthy as it has grown as we can see more people have become obese and lazy.
But with all the advances that are now emerging, technology is focused on the human body, which can seem to bring great chaos to the system. California biotech startups talk about making death a “choice”. Facebook operates on telepathic interfaces.

Bionic organs will soon surpass human organs. Crispr-Cas9’s genetic engineering technology allows us to capture the genome in person. We can look, think and feel in very different ways.

If we are ready to treat our bodies like pieces of hardware, we may be getting there. Like something innocent like tattoos, they grow in popularity almost in line with the age of knowledge. Visible in a single light, they are a bit old-fashioned.

In other words, they show more determination to change our physical condition. You might think of them as a surgeon’s marker before any real improvements come.

It is assumed that in the next 100 years humanity will be successfully connected with artificial intelligence.

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Future Evolution: For The Next 1000 years?

Humans began to digest cow’s milk about 10000 years ago;our average height kept increasing by 10 inches for the past 150 years and over the past 65 years, we have added 20 years to the average life expectancy, largely due to advances in medical science.

In the future, scientists predict that we will have tiny robots called nanobots that swim around our bodies and improve our natural abilities. Known as transhumanism, this can see not only the potential in biology but also the unthinkable possibilities for imagination.
And it is not just our bodies that technology has the power to change completely.

In the next thousand years, the number of languages spoken in the world will decrease significantly, and all those extra heat and UV rays would make skin color darker.

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Future Evolution: For The Next 10,000 years?

East Antarctica will no longer exist. The longest glowing snow on our planet, and modeling predicts that if the Wilkes subglacial basin falls, it will take between 5,000 and 10,000 years for that large ice sheet to disperse at sea, raising water levels by 3-4 feet (10-13 feet)).

There is a chance that we will not have people left to deal with all that rising sea water.

According to the Doomsday Argument, as Australian naturalist Brandon Carter suggested, humans were more likely to die 10,000 years ago.

That has been the subject of many debates, so we are not sure if people will live. But if they did, in 10,000 years there will be no regional genetic diversity among the population. That doesn’t mean people will look the same, but any existing genetic differences – such as blue eyes compared to brown ones – will be spread evenly throughout the world.

And those people who are equally mixed, with a very different coast than the ones we know today, and the Gregorian calendar for 10 days without agreeing with the position of the Sun, may be treated in a spectacular way at the eruption.

It is predicted that over the next 10,000 years the red star Antares is expected to explode into a bright supernova that will appear at noon.

In the next 13000 years the axis of the Earth will change that will result in the change in the seasons in both the hemispheres.

But whether humans reach the 10,000-year mark or not, the space probes Pioneer 10 and 11, Voyager 1 and 2, and the New Horizons may still float among the stars, not just thousands, but millions of light years far and long. If we look ahead and look forward a little further into the future, 296,000 years from now, Voyager 2 will pass through Sirius, the brightest star in our universe.

All of these predictions deal only with very near future points to what is known of the distant future, but we do not know what will happen when that time comes.

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