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#41 - spartusee (05/22/2013) [-]
Well dickeater you sound like a great guy, but what I mean is what you just said. We don't need evolution anymore, we're the best. Healthcare, surgery, medicine and physical therapy are good examples of how we don't need it anymore. I hate all the people saying "hur dur we mesin up evolootion,, omfg we fuckd it up omg" all while sitting on their ass 9 times out of ten being unproductive. So if they want to fucking fix evolution so much they can just kill them selves for a start.
#45 - mutzaki (05/22/2013) [-]
That's implying we're anywhere close to being a perfect species.
I'm not saying we actually should, but killing off everyone who is especially prone to obtaining certain diseases and disorders, like diabetes, cancer, dwarfism and Down Syndrome, or simply setting up laws to prevent them from procreating, and only letting the healthier genes continue, would not only help the overpopulation problem, but it would just help the remaining humanity in general.
Since we are also prone to fixing things like an inflamed appendix, we're also nerfing evolution in getting rid of organs that are currently causing us harm, and are debateably useless. Even if they're not useless as it is for us right now, it's still clear that if evolution were to continue, they would naturally go away in due time, because they'd become useless.
#53 - drolom (05/22/2013) [-]
To you and dickeating: I think that by letting "weaker" people live and practicing medicine we are just stalling evolution and, more importantly, expanding our genepool. And the bigger the genepool is, the better chances of survival we have in case of a disaster, because we have a greater variety of genes and features at our disposal. This is important to notice since we don't know what the world would be like after a catastrophic event and what kind of genes would be needed. Note that mutations and new genes will still exist, they just won't become more common in relation to other genes.
#87 - wtfduud (05/22/2013) [-]
We are not expanding the genepool, since globalization, people have started taking mates from other countries/races/cultures, which creates something in the middle, little by little all races are becoming more similar to eachother, sooner or later there will only be a mix of all countries in the world. And the more people there are to evolve, the longer evolution will take.
#90 - drolom (05/22/2013) [-]
A good point. It is true that when considering this topic we have to take globalization into account, but it will take a very, very long time before this mixing you mentioned will occur, and I have a feeling that the human race will encounter some kind of global disaster (natural of caused by ourselves) before this has the time to happen.
#63 - mutzaki (05/22/2013) [-]
Well, Down Syndrome, cancer and different deformities sure won't help us after a disaster. You can just as well see it as if disaster strikes, we simply need the healthiest, most intelligent people there to survive. What you say is true in nature, when environmental changes can kill off some individuals, and those that have better means to survive the sudden change end up affecting the entire species into having those qualities. However, it doesn't make sense to draw that parallel with people carrying cancer genes. Humans are also so remarkable that we are almost always able to change ourselves by non-genetic means to handle different environments better. Extra clothing for cold, using machines to keep us cooler in warmer environments, building structures that resist earthquakes and so forth. Otherwise there's no way we'd have people living in, for example polar climate.
I think that, in the future, once we've reached enough of an understanding of genetics and such, humanity will end up setting up laws that preven carriers of particularily unwanted genes from procreating. Though, I think there's always going to be the possibility of adopting genetically advantageous children if you still want to be a parent. But this is just my speculation.
#67 - drolom (05/22/2013) [-]
Well spoken, you present good points. And perhaps in the future gene therapy and other forms on genetech have become more common, efficient and accepted so that we wouldn't necessarily need to restrict procreation, instead we could just heal genetically caused diseases ond disorders through genetic manipulation.