Comments on “Humans may ‘evolve’ to have deformed bodies, second eyelid from overusing technology”

  1. Dan says:
    11/04/2022 at 12:48 AM

    It takes thousands of not millions of years to change that much, by then we will either be extinct or we would have evolved way past holding phones. Sometimes I wonder if these people think about what they write.

    1. Al says:
      11/05/2022 at 3:41 PM

      This seems pretty dumb. Just because current humans have bad posture and are sedentary doesn’t mean our future generations will be like this. Staring at my phone all day doesn’t exactly change my DNA so my offspring will be better at staring at phones. Furthermore, there aren’t any (obvious) threats to reproduction brought by this lifestyle, if someone mutates a second eyelid they most likely have the same chance at surviving and reproducing. We’ve basically eliminated natural selection anyways.

  2. Miguel Picanço says:
    11/04/2022 at 5:05 AM

    Well, maybe if taken to extremes but don’t forget how these things aren’t necessarily selective so each individual actually had less likely a chance to procreate the more they isolate themselves into their electronic devices, not more.

    Also, there’s medical remedies and techniques to mitigate such maladies as you age. There’s also already UV protective contacts that could be further enhanced against screen glare to help with sleep issues, but to mention more subtle and gradually applying software that could begin if you confirm you’d like to sleep soon.

    This article/study definitely smacks more of overreaching click-bait if I ever saw one (and you know we all have at this point.)

  3. Drew says:
    11/04/2022 at 8:37 AM

    This isn’t what evolution is. Holy cow what even is this article. Evolution is the effect of natural selection and selective breeding. Why in the world would these traits either make someone more able to survive OR why would people start choosing these traits to be “attractive” so much that humanity would breed out “normal” humans as we know them? You act like cellphones will start literally killing people who don’t have extra folks in their eyes or arched spines before they can have children.

  4. Dennis says:
    11/05/2022 at 10:51 AM

    These “Study finds” articles masquerading as science drives me crazy. Felt the need to comment on how absurd this is but many others have beat me to it. Obviously, unless a second eyelid was so essential for survival that humans without it would die before reproducing this will never evolve. The back and neck problems already exist for many who spend too much time on thier devices but this has nothing to do with evolution.

    1. Longlong man says:
      11/08/2022 at 4:23 PM

      As soon as I say, “thick skulls to protect from radio waves ” I immediately knew who the so called scientists were. We all do.

  5. Jerome Spacey says:
    11/09/2022 at 9:16 AM

    I think this article is really hot and Mindy is a 7/10, would let her claw me. Those double eyelids are so neat and useful, think about it. No sunglasses needed.

  6. Greg says:
    11/10/2022 at 9:05 AM

    Whoever did said study is completely full of shit. Evolution isn’t a quick process.

  7. ben dover says:
    11/17/2022 at 10:27 AM

    Smash 😉

  8. printed electronics says:
    12/16/2022 at 7:26 PM

    Printing electronics on flexible substrates using conductive and non-conductive inks instead of lithography is beginning to move into the mainstream as the industry grows increasingly aware of the benefits that this technology can bring to myriad applications.


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