Q. Humans have believed to have evolved, are we still evolving or not?

Humans have believed to have evolved, are we still evolving or not?

Evolution is triggered when the species is endangered.
In my opinion, only physical evolution shouldn’t be considered, the minds and mindsets also evolve.

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Jul, 2018

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  • gibson

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  • thorty

    Humans have largely stopped evolving physically, as the majority of the world has at least basic access to food and shelter, bringing an end to ‘the survival of the fittest’, which drives evolution. Access to better nutrition and education, and more than ever instant access to information via the internet, means that humans are in general advancing cognitively - which is represented by our technological and innovational advances.
    PS although we aren’t evolving physically, better understanding of, and access to, nutrition and gyms mean that people who look like bodybuilders can exist today, whereas they couldn’t before.


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