They're going all out with their bullshit scare tactics.
she didn't even tell me, we were sitting on playground equipment with our shoes off, and i looked at her feet and noticed it, i didn't tease her though, but it kinda made me feel weird
>implying this isn't a cover-up for reptiloids living among us
you can't fool me
You don't just evolve into something hugely different within a thousand or so years.
Plus this isn't the first time earth has gone water world mode and our ancestors just moved more inland rather than tried to be fish.
>to deal with a water world
Were fine, we have Kevin Costner to teach us shipbuilding.
here's some science-y illustrations to back this claim up. i'm hoping for an ice age so i can get buff
It's already happening.
Yeah maybe in a couple thousand years. That doesn't make any sense. If people without web feet were all dying that would make sense, but that isn't happening. Mutations don't develop and pass on to a population in a couple years.
If it was two feet of water, webbed feet wouldn't make a difference retard.
But everyone would die of crop failure so there's that.
This "scientist" is just another retard looking for his 15 minutes.
This is Lamarckian retardation.
There would have to be evolutionary pressure for any of those things to happen. Flipper people would have to outbreed non-flippers.
Even if all the polar ice on the planet melted there would be plenty of dry land. And people would live on dry land, not in goddamn ocean cities. The people TODAY who already live "on the water" in boats and marinas and stilt houses aren't evolving flippers and shit.
And if it's warm enough for there to be no polar ice, antarctica would probably be habitable (and also not underwater - it's the highest elevation continent on average.)
We also have TECHNOLOGY which removes a lot of the classical environmental pressures.
I would say it's more likely that we'll start evolving out of our "starvation mode" body that does nothing but stock up as much as possible and cut off supply to any body part we don't regularly make use off.
The amount of time it would take to breed out non mutated humans would be yuge. If global warming was as deadly as they say it will be we wouldn't have the time to evolve considering it would take hundreds of thousands of years to do so
Depends on the total population. If the majority die off, then it's a lot faster for an advantageous trait to spread across the new population, then the population stabilizes in its new environment and starts growing again.
As long as humans find webbed feet to be an unattractive and undesireable feature, and it is not a significant asset, it will never be a dominating feature.
If anything, the regular people will classify the fishmen as subhuman and force them to do slave labor. Can't wait.
>spend your days swimming in the atlantic with qt fish girls
>don't have to go above water to breathe
>can now build colonies under water
I'm sold, just burn everything already.