Originally Posted by BloodGamers
Reason why is that it just seems to me that yes after countless generations we eventually adapt to our surroundings, but it must take a lot of energy to do so, enough that its just out of human reach [for right now].
Actually there can be evolution after just one generation if the population isn't in equilibrium. Not major changes like gaining wings or losing limbs, but minor changes can occur that can accumulate to eventually lead to these landmark changes-- even in humans. A good example of evolution in humans that's happening now is antibiotic resistance.
I typed more of an explanation, but figured this isn't the thread for it and that most people probably aren't as interested in the sciencey jargon as I am, and restrained myself.
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