Is having nipples as a man a sign that we humans are still evolving?
It's proof that there is less distinction between the sexes than we tend to think. I don't know if mammalian males will ever be without them.
I knew a guy who had six like a dog and he was no less masculine than any other guys I knew.
We have a number of fading traits. You have a scent gland behind your ear, we have our appendix and tonsils as well as wisdom teeth.
Every species is constantly evolving and there is no telling what will come to pass if we, as a species last that long.
But humans have been cut down to a very few in the past and it will no doubt happen again.
by superwags 7 years ago
It was long regarded that humans have done the majority of their evolving and have largely stopped because of the cushy way in which technology has influenced out lives. In characteristics like skin colour, lactose tolerance and capillary density in people living at high altitude it is obvious that...
by Lawal Abiodun 2 years ago
If man evolved from monkeys, how come we still have monkeys?According to scientists, it has always to been said, times without number, that humans evolved from some kind of chimpanzee, ape or monkey. Well, this hypothesis is seems unrealistic to me, but if you do believe in the big bang, you should...
by Anish Patel 5 years ago
Are we humans still evolving?Or are we devolving?
by abo ajoba 6 years ago
Does the theory of evolution ends at evolving of human?Do you think that the process of evolution is in last phases and is about to be completed at evolving of the modern human being?
by Jessica Ellen Holbrook 4 years ago
What is the top factor keeping humans from evolving beyond racism?
by olga khumlo 2 years ago
Evolutionists say man evolved from monkey ,How did he get his soul?When God created man He breathed into man's nostrils and man became a living soul.Animals do not possess a soul .How do evolutionists account for man receiving a soul ? Moreover why are the monkeys not evolving into man today?
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