Saturday, October 27, 2007

human race will 'split into two different species'

human race will 'split into two different species'
from daily mail: The human race will one day split into two separate species, an attractive, intelligent ruling elite and an underclass of dim-witted, ugly goblin-like creatures, according to a top scientist.

100,000 years into the future, sexual selection could mean that two distinct breeds of human will have developed.

The alarming prediction comes from evolutionary theorist Oliver Curry from the London School of Economics, who says that the human race will have reached its physical peak by the year 3000.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a bunch of bull, maybe it's time that this curry guy starts contributing to real science instead of making shitty theories.

Anonymous said...

according to the rules of natural selection, this theory is definitely possible

Anonymous said...

I like Butter

Anonymous said...

There are menacing people on this planet (and those who seek power over others) that continually strive for this, this is their end game.

Do not for one second think that this may be fiction.

Anonymous said...

Just go to Food for Less after rush hour. Then go to the Organic store. Compare.....

Anonymous said...

Let' just wait and see

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a bad sci fi plot

vibin said...

i believe that humans will become fat,bald and ugly.but i dont think that a group is going to become super attractive.

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