Theorist Claims Human Race To Break Into Two Sub-Species

December 30, 2008

UK (ChattahBox) – An evolutionary theorist with the London School of Economics believes that the human race may break into two separate sub-species within the next 100,000 years, a theory first put out by the legendary HG Wells.

According to Oliver Curry, he believes that by the year 3000, people will begin to become more choosy about their sexual partners, particularly those they mate with (doesn’t be the current trend?), and as a consequence, two separate classes will emerge, based on genetic traits for each sect. One will be a more intelligent upper class, the other a less intelligent lower class, setting humans apart for the first time on a truly evolutionary level.

He also claims these genetic traits would be physical and biological, leading to the upper class to be tall, slender, and creative, continuing to reform social and technological structures, while the lower class would be unable to keep up, and morph into something resembling a squat, sub human species, described by some as ‘goblin-like’.

After this change, however, Curry says that it is likely a reliance of technology will once again shift the species, leading to an inability to think or act on ones own, essentially ending the human race by diminishing social skills, as well as the ability to recognize emotions. This change, he says, would occur within the next 10,000 years.

“While science and technology have the potential to create an ideal habitat for humanity over the next millennium, there is a possibility of a monumental genetic hangover over the subsequent millennia due to an over-reliance on technology reducing our natural capacity to resist disease, or our evolved ability to get along with each other.”


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