Wednesday, 3 July 2013

How The Human Face Might Look In 100,000 Years



In 100,000 years: The human face is proportioned to the 'golden
ratio,' though it features unnervingly large eyes. There is green
“eye shine” from the tapetum lucidum, and a more pronounced
superciliary arch.
A sideways blink of the reintroduced plica semilunaris seen in the
light gray areas of the eyes, while miniature bone-conduction
devices implanted above the ear work with the communications
lenses on the eyes.
According to Forbes Magazine, the human species is going to
undergo several
physiological changes including the in the eyes and face. The eyes
are expected to be large and very powerful and possibly wirelessly
connected. We'll also have larger nostrils for breathing in other
planets as well

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