Human beings are not in the process of evolution all the time. Although the process is very slow, this process has never stopped. Compared to human beings before 2000 years, human beings have undergone tremendous changes both in appearance and in mind. In the coming years, this change will continue.
Harvard University scientist Juan Anriyquiz pointed out that in the future when human beings live on another planet, they need to genetically modify human organs so that humans can live longer on other planets. The genetic transformation will make humans stronger, move faster and resist diseases more effectively. But every time man-made enhancement acts, it will potentially turn humanity into a “superhuman.” AsapScience, a popular science media company in Canada, recently released a new video, in which a number of scientists simulated the depiction of human beings after a thousand years in the video. In the video, the human body in the future will be a semi-human machine. Under the influence of global warming, humans will have deeper skin color and taller heads, and they will have red eyes and supernatural abilities under the influence of genetic mutations.
The human appearance after the next 1000 years will be very different. Affected by climate change, artificial intelligence and gene mutation, the human body has undergone great changes since the millennium. For example, mutations in the human genome in the future will cause the eyes to become red and their skin darkens. The video declares: “In the future, nanobots, also known as micro-robots, will be implanted in our bodies and will turn us into superhumans. By then, we will break through our limitations of physiological functions and transform them from inside to outside into a hybrid of biological machines. However, as we continue to evolve and become smarter, stronger, and better looking, this genetic similarity, or lack of human diversity, will make new diseases possible in the future. Causes the entire population to become extinct.”
According to Cadell Rust, a researcher at the Global Brain Institute, humans will evolve into a completely new population in 2050. This evolution is the result of new technologies, behaviors and natural choices. Rust said that in less than 40 years, our life expectancy will increase dramatically, we will delay the child’s time and daily tasks will be accomplished with artificial intelligence. This is a tremendous change that can be changed with monkeys and become similar to humans. Global Institute of Brain Research researcher Cadel Rust said that humans will evolve into a new population in 2050. Raster said: “When you are 80 or 100 years old, your life will be very different from your grandparents. “He thinks that most of the time we will live in virtual reality. Some evolutionists believe that human life in 2050 could reach 120 years. Raster believes that human sexual maturity will be postponed. Life history discusses this phenomenon.
As the brain’s capacity increases, the body needs more energy and time to store enough energy, and thus less reproductive behavior. Scientists predict that human life will be significantly extended in 2050, robots will be engaged in some unskilled work, women will have a greater age of childbirth, and people have more time to engage in cultural activities. Rast said that the future of humankind is not “short-lived and early death” but “longevity and late death.” Some studies have pointed out that by 2050, a 35-year-old ordinary male white-collar worker will have red eyes, a smaller penis, and a larger brain.
I believe that the new world created by mankind will be more advanced and equal than the current civilization, and the products will be more abundant. In my opinion, the new world will be completely different from the current world because the current world is derived from the medieval world. The biological clock will not run forever. Future humans can use advanced technology to suspend the biological clock for a period of time. The pace of human life will slow down. Although it will end in life, it will not always live in a fast-paced fashion, and will not die prematurely.