In a million years people will be almost unrecognizable to anyone who lives today. We will likely have merged with technology to form bionic beings, experts say.
An expert made the comments while discussing the new National Geographic series “Year Million”, which investigates what human life will be in the far future.
Professor Brian Greene, a theoretical physicist at Columbia University in New York City, is a scientist featured in the series. He told that he doesn’t think humans in the year one million will look much like people today. He said our lives will be so different that we would never guess it now.
Most probably, in the future humans could merge with machines.
The experts claim that in 10,000 years from now when our skin and hair color, will no longer be regional but will be distributed around the globe.
In fact, all languages that spoken today will have evolved into something new. In 100,000 years, it is said that humans will have finally made Mars a habitable planet.
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