When will humans evolve again

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Evolution is a slow and continuous process.

Contrary to popular belief, it is not something that happens overnight.
No one wakes up with an extra head or a newly developed resistance to AIDS.

A simple example is that of the appendix.

Primitive man used it to digest the cellulose that came from eating large quantities of plants.

But, it is now considered a ‘vestigial’ organ because it no longer aids in digestion.
The same holds good for the wisdom tooth.

We are all evolving a tiny bit everyday.

Malaria is a common disease in some African nations.

The malarial parasite- plasmodium resides in human red blood cells.

Some tribes in Africa have developed resistance to malaria by developing sickle shaped RBC’s instead of the usual biconcave one. ( Read-sickle cell anemia)
This is also a case of evolution.

Increasing cases of lactose-tolerance are also said to be backed up by evolutionary reasons.

Long story cut short,  there is no question as to when it will start again, it is happening right now.

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