Are we evolving? And if so, into what? I most definitely think that we are .
"Evolution is all the change that have occurred in living things since the .
beginning of life." The same fundamental characteristic is shared by every and all-living .
things. For example, the fossil records, development, and biochemistry. Also Charles .
Darwin theory of education.
Evolution is described as a process that involves a change in gene frequencies .
within the gene pool of a sexually reproducing population. "The Hardy-Weinberg law .
states that the gene pool frequencies arrive at an equilibrium that is maintained generation .
after generation unless disrupted by mutations, genetics drift, gene flow, nonrandom .
mating or natural selection. Any change from the initial allele frequencies in the gene .
pool of a population signifies that evolution has occurred.".
To elaborate; there is proof of evolution. The fossil record-there were left over .
and traces of past life. Traces that were found are traits, burrows, footprints, preserved .
dropping, and worm casts. Development shows how closely each organisms are related. .
Population genetics also allows us to see when and if evolution has occurred.
Charles Darwin realized from his traveling all over the world that "life forms .
change overtime and from place to place." Darwin made a principle of organic evolution. .
One of those principle was his theory of natural selection which elaborates on how a .
species becomes adapted to its environment. The environment acts on an organism to .
pick which one is more suitable to adaptation instead of an environment changes, things .
changes. For example, an increase in technology is a change. More technology, less work, .
meaning weaker bones and muscle for human and probably for generation to come.
In conclusion, yes we are evolving. We will always or rather, there will always be .
change whether good or bad. Now what we"re evolving into, "I don't know.