Recent scientific evidence suggests that human evolution is slowing down?

Does this mean the end of the human race?

I am looking forward to discussing this interesting question with you,,,,
I hope we can come up with a clear point of view then a clear understanding of the human evolution,,

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The utopiaRecent scientific evidence suggests that human evolution is slowing down?

Does this mean the end of the human race?
This sounds like what we call a "non-sequitur". That is not a grammar question, but one of logic.
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I really don't think that scientists understand the process of evolution well enough to say anything intelligible about rates of change, or consequences of varying rates of change. Evolution happens on time scales of millions (not hundreds or thousands) of years.

The end of our species is much more likely to be cataclysmic, rather than evolutionary.
THe link below gives one top scientist's list of the most likely ten causes of the extinction of the human race, or the world and what can be done (per cause) to prevent armageddon from happening.
AlpheccaStarsThis sounds like what we call a "non-sequitur". That is not a grammar question, but one of logic.

Do you have an English language question?
Hello,thanks for your reply,,,,

I reckon we are in" topic of the moment "page,,and i don't have to ask qeustions only about grammar,,,therefore,i think we are not on the same page,,

anyway,,i partly agree with you regarding your opinion about the way the human race will extinct,,
i came up with this topic because i was asked to study such hypothesis,,that is why i hope we could all share our points of view,,thank you again,,,
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I believe the moderator moved the thread to the "hot topic" folder, but it is an interesting subject to consider!
Did you look at the Ted talk on video?
I know of several "human" things that are going extinct, and there are web sites (and Ted talks) on these subjects.
What do think these thing are?
yes,i watched the video,but i don't think that it answers my question,,,
Which question?
1) Is there recent scientific evidence suggesting that human evolution is slowing down?
2) Does this mean the end of the human race?
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both, i think
I don’t know if human beings are under a real threat but the wild things are. Nowadays conservation becomes a major focus of everyone.. These days it’s a widely-spoken problem and still a good chance to make money as many of ecosystems in decline provide attractions for tourism development…

'Isn't it hypocritical to tell us these places are threatened by global warming and then tell us to fly there, by doing so increasing carbon emissions and making the problem worse?' (Should I go before it disappears? by Joanne O'Connor)

– visit it before the lemurs become extinct..

– .. before the rainforests disappear…

– .. before it melts…

Up to 1,200 bears gather on the icy tundra waiting for the sea in the to freeze, so they can go hunting for seals. The town of in has become a magnet for tourists who venture out on tundra buggies in search of the world's largest carnivores. However, the future of these beautiful, terrifying creatures is in jeopardy. The is feeling the impact of global warming more than any other place on Earth and the bears' hunting grounds and migration routes are melting, forcing them to swim for dozens of miles in search of solid ground. Most experts say there will be few or no polar bears left in the wild by 2030.

Monarch butterflies,

These beautiful orange and black butterflies, the size of a human hand, congregate in numbers of up to 250 million in an area of mountain pine forest in central Mexico, between December and March, after travelling from the north eastern US and - one of the natural world's most spectacular sights. In 1986, the Mexican government declared the region, in Michoacan province a biosphere reserve. But deforestation, worsening storms triggered by global warming and other climatic variables now threaten their journey. Two winters ago, the population was the lowest it has ever been. 'If there was a big freeze in Mexico, a cold spring in and a bad breeding summer, we don't know what we could do,' says expert Lincoln Brower.

holds a fifth of the world’s unfrozen fresh water. It is home to thousands of species of plants and animals that are found nowhere else. There are also several Russian national parks and reserves in the area. Four species of birds considered “vulnerable” by conservationists, including the greater spotted eagle and the lesser white-fronted goose, can be found in a local wetland. The “critically endangered” Siberian crane flies through on the way to its summer nesting grounds…If Transneft, a Russian firm that first proposed a few years ago to build an oil pipeline through the Baikal region, had been able to see all this information—including detailed maps of especially biodiverse spots and the threatened species that inhabit them—at the click of a mouse then it might have altered its plans and avoided those spots…

Yes, sometimes people can be disinformed or not well-informed and that can cost life of endangered species, life of all the human beings, and finally life of the whole nation..I’m not trying to dramatize the situation using high-flown words, the things anyway are not so harmless and safe.
Regard it as a call of nature..And I’m just a go-between)

If the national resource is more value to the eco-tourist industry as to the resource expoliters, then there is a chance it will be preserved in the wild for our future generations. Unfortunately, many species are extremely dependent on current climatic conditions. If the earth warms too much, they will be doomed to extinction. Plants in high mountains and flora and fauna in the arctic are apparently most sensitive. Also frogs and toads are mysteriously disappearing, and coral reefs are bleaching with the destruction of the nurseries of many species.

Besides global warming, there is massive habitat destruction caused by human activity on every continent, except antarctica. We may be headed for the most dramatic overall mass extinction since the K-T event. Our event may be even worse; with dramatic reduction of species diversity, and selective survival of those few that can adapt to live off of us (rats, pigeons, roaches).
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