Perhaps my exposition a little rushed. Does this one sound better? Feedback on how to propose a venture to an evolutionary biologist would be excellent. Working on a journalist at the moment for the other half of getting the story to interested ears and eyes, should it be more than a mutation. Hell the mutation would make an excellent story in itself, but for enquirer. English is my worst subject. Though I am planning to be an author, I am not looking forward to editorial fee's.
My name is Kieran. I come today asking a favor. I need to know what the proper protocols and steps would be regarding a finding of the next stage in the evolution of the human species. I do not want to go further into detail just yet, but the finding so far looks like Mankind has been preparing for it's son species for thousands of years. There is a major physical difference, this being a symmetrically placed bean. This bean on the tip of the male reproductive organ, in similar placing as the Hindu Bindi. It has been nicknamed the PEA, or BEAN. SaPIen and other words work perfectly with nickname. Subject still has their foreskin, making a perfect pun trick up the sleeve. Very interesting discovery. Hoping to get a lot of feedback and questions. Subject is over excited to be shared with the world and to hopefully get down to the truth. Subject has no male children yet to check if hereditary. Subject is single and looking =P
Thanks for your time, Kieran
Well, I will put it this way,if it helps you do one of these then it is a evolutionary advantage, ya, I couldn't keep a straight face when reading buffy knowing she is a girl or your post, but this one may actually help reproduction and strangely responsiveness, seriously do a study show it to bunch of women and count how many laugh then you will know if it is a de-evolution or evolution, of course ask first, it is illegal to just expose yourself to people. Secondly, this could fix your being single problem, if they really like the trait. DONE NOW!
That guy that fully understands that got you a science article and laid possibly,
Living things exhibit a rapid turnover of chemical materials, which is referred to as metabolism. Metabolism involves exchanges of chemical matter with the external environment and extensive transformations of organic matter within the cells of a living organism. Metabolism generally involves the release or use of chemical energy. Nonliving things do not display metabolism.
All living things are able to respond to stimuli in the external environment. For example, living things respond to changes in light, heat, sound, and chemical and mechanical contact. To detect stimuli, organisms have means for receiving information, such as eyes, ears, and taste buds.
To respond effectively to changes in the environment, an organism must coordinate its responses. A system of nerves and a number of chemical regulators called hormones coordinate activities within an organism. The organism responds to the stimuli by means of a number of effectors, such as muscles and glands. Energy is generally used in the process.
Organisms change their behavior in response to changes in the surrounding environment. For example, an organism may move in response to its environment. Responses such as this occur in definite patterns and make up the behavior of an organism. The behavior is active, not passive; an animal responding to a stimulus is different from a stone rolling down a hill. Living things display responsiveness;nonliving things do not.
Growth requires an organism to take in material from the environment and organize the material into its own structures. To accomplish growth, an organism expends some of the energy it acquires during metabolism. An organism has a pattern for accomplishing the building of growth structures.
During growth, a living organism transforms material that is unlike itself into materials that are like it. A person, for example, digests a meal of meat and vegetables and transforms the chemical material into more of himself or herself. A nonliving organism does not display this characteristic.
A living thing has the ability to produce copies of itself by the process known as reproduction. These copies are made while the organism is still living. Among plants and simple animals, reproduction is often an extension of the growth process. More complex organisms engage in a type of reproduction called sexual reproduction, in which two parents contribute to the formation of a new individual. During this process, a new combination of traits can be produced.
Asexual reproduction involves only one parent, and the resulting cells are generally identical to the parent cell. For example, bacteria grow and quickly reach maturity, after which they split into two organisms by a process of asexual reproduction called binary fission.
Living organisms have the ability to adapt to their environment through the process of evolution. During evolution, changes occur in populations, and the organisms in the population become better able to metabolize, respond, and reproduce. They develop abilities to cope with their environment that their ancestors did not have.
Evolution also results in a greater variety of organisms than existed in previous eras. This proliferation of populations of organisms is unique to living things.
The environment influences the living things that it surrounds. Ecology is the study of relationships between organisms and their relationships with their environment. Both biotic factors (living things) and abiotic factors (nonliving things) can alter the environment. Rain and sunlight are non-living components, for example, that greatly influence the environment. Living things may migrate or hibernate if the 2%.
Edited by Vmedvil, 17 October 2017 - 02:29 PM.