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post #9 of (permalink) Old 06-28-10, 06:37 AM
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"Mutation among humanity is especially meaningful: as mankind undergoes a long process of evolution into a new, psychic race, the birth of mutant humans accompanies it; and as the metamorphosis slowly approaches its distant conclusion, mutation becomes increasingly common. This constant and random warping of the human gene pool threatens to destroy the human race before it can reach its final form." - Lexicanum

Is that still on the subject? Well anyway, we would probably evolve to survive on the planets we live on, for example, on some planets people might be taller and stronger, and on another the might be shorter and weaker... It really depends on how long the human race as existed on the planet, and what kind of conditions it has...

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