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All things undergo changes a.k.a evolution.. including planets, stars, galaxy and this entire perceivable universe.
I am not talking about that kind of evolution that is not that interesting.
I am more interested in the evolution between a specie and it's progeny, and not the evolution a specie/thing experience it self because of aging.
There are people who created a model of how 'human' will look like, but I really doubt the correctness of such model.
In order to create a model (which means mathematical model) of predicting the future (a.k.a predictive analytic) we need to make assumption that some variable are constant. Given that changes / evolution could happen in all things, and the changes in human are closely related to the changes in their environment, it will makes predicting the changes of human (or other being) in far distant future very difficult to be precise.
There are possibilities of e.g. nuclear explosion, gigantic meteoric impact which pose radical changes in environment that human capability of adaptation just can't cope to it. In other terms, human will become extinct, just like the dinosaurs.
Of course I was not talking about changes because of radiation or other impacts, we are only talking about natural evolution without disasters.
So from all the data we have about our ancestors and ourselves, is it possible to see a pattern?
By the way what about trees, flowers, plants, grass etc? Is the grass or the apple-tree from 10 million years ago different from now?
"Evolving" is not a race or competition
Thus there's no "faster" or "slower", "advanced" or "behind"
And if you think hard enough, your 'mindset' about 'competition' / 'advanced or behind' is also due to the 'evolution'. You inherit that from your ancestor who lived in a very 'competitive environment' where only the 'fittest' will survive.
If you live in tropical area with hot and sunny climate, definitely the skin of your progeny will become darker, because darker skin provides more protection thus more beneficial for the survivability of your progeny.
Compared to Europeans. Meso-Americans are more resistant to malaria but they're less resistant when they're being infected by influenza virus. Meso-Americans have faced malaria for many centuries yet they were introduced / exposed to influenza virus just recently.
To the europeans it's a 'total joke' when 'people dies because of influenza', to them it's just not possible!
To the meso-american it's a 'total joke' when 'people dies because of malaria', to them it's just not possible!
When europeans mate with meso-americans, their children most probably will inherit the resistance to both malaria and influenza. And that's how they 'evolve', the generation of 'european and meso-american hybrid' will become 'better' generation than their ancestor or 'pure european' and 'pure meso-american', in terms of resistance to malaria and influenza disease.
I never mentioned something about competition, the question was if there are within a specie races who evolve faster than others.
With other words what race at the moment is the closest to what they consider to be our forefather, and I was talking about the body/bone/skull structure.
I am not that interested in changes in the immune system or skincolor of a human as they are things that can change in a couple of hours/days.
Salam / Peace