This Is What Humans Will Look Like In 100,000 Years

Human beings have come through many stages of development. In this context, everyone may be curious about what the present human being will look like after 100,000 years?


This question may come to the mind of many. After all, it is curious to know what we look like.



In a similar question, Dr. of the University of Washington. Alan Kwanca (a doctorate in computational genomics) says that there must have been a lot of changes in human beings now and then.


For that, Dr. Alan Kwanca presents a life cycle of 20,000, 60,000, and finally 100,000 years.



1) Present status (now):



This picture is of the present time. And this picture is normal. We look the same in this picture as we do now. Nothing has changed.


2) 20,000 years later:



This picture shows some common changes. But no significant change has taken place. Here the size of the head has become slightly larger, the human brain will grow and the size of the head will automatically increase to include the brain.


The first ring seen in the eye is a special lens that will act as the current google glass but will be very powerful.


3) 60,000 years later:



By this time, there will be major changes in humans. The size of the head will be bigger than before and the size of the eyes will also get bigger.


This will be the main reason for the human colonization of the solar system. People will stay away from the sun and its light, where there will be very low solar light.


The skin pigments will change and the eyelids will be a little thicker to protect us from the sun's radiation (ultraviolet rays) (for those who work outside the ozone layer).


4) 100,000 years later:



By this time, our eyes will be big and Japanese manga-style. Due to the brightness of our eyes, we can see clearly even in low light. In addition, the nostrils will be bigger.


This will make us easier to breathe on other planets. And there will be thick hair to protect us from excess heat.


Again, Nickolay and Dr. Kwan say it is a possible guess of time, not the Prediction.

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