First, intelligent people (Homo sapiens) then did not exist. A million years ago, perhaps several different human species coexisted, including the Heidelbergensis, which bears similarities to both Homo erectus and modern humans, but structurally. anatomically simpler than later Neanderthals.|In more recent times, during the past 10,000 years, humans have undergone significant adaptations. Agri-life with adequate food and food causes health problems, and we rely on science to find ways to cope, such as treating diabetes with insulin. In terms of appearance, people have become fatter, and in some areas, we have become taller.|Maybe then, says Thomas Thomas, an associate professor of bioinformatics at Aarhus University in Denmark, we could have evolved to become smaller, so that our bodies require less energy, and therefore less energy. could create a populated planet.|Grass frog: the great father in the natural world|Man lives with hyenas|Strange two-headed dolphin in the North Sea|Living with so many people around is a new condition that people have to adapt to. Every day, people will have a lot of activities interacting with each other. Mailun thinks we have evolved in ways that help us deal with this problem. For example, remembering people’s names can become a much more important skill.|This is where technology comes in. “An implant in the brain will allow us to remember people’s names,” says Thomas. “We know the genes involved in building brains that are good at remembering people’s names. We can’t just change it. It sounds like science fiction, but we can do it. Right now. We can implant, but we don’t know how to connect so we can use it usefully. We’re getting close to this, but it’s still in beta.”|”It’s really not a biological question anymore, it’s a matter of technology,” he said.