Do We Need to Evolve Any Further? Does a tool making creature such as ourselves need to further evolve physiologically? Our adaptive abilities include inventiveness to deal with necessity. If I need to be warm then there are many ways I can do this and survive without evolving a fur coat. So in essence what I'm asking is: if we can artificially produce adaptive measures and processes to survive then are we effectively going to slow down the physical evolution of our species? Have we reached a pinnacle of physical change? Are we more likely to have our appearance change subtly in the upcoming centuries or can we expect evolution to drastically alter our form? Since we don't need to evolve certain physical traits for some conditions then is it forseeable that our physiology will stagnate? Or are there physiological changes necessary for even a successfully adaptive creature to survive? What kind of adaptive change do you think would benefit us in the future? Eyesight? Smell? or an extra pair of hands?Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!