Scientists always talk about evolution. This is because the subject is a huge part of our history and the signs are there on us and the other animals around us. Human appendix, tonsils and wisdom teeth are parts of our evolutionary features. It was said that although our body may not need these parts anymore, our ancestors have at some point used them and everyone even now are born with these parts intact. These remnants of our history are referred to as vestigial structures. Many documentaries have since given incredible facts about how humans get to evolve over time.
It might be shocking to know that simple parts as human outer ear are affected by natural evolution. Also while human body is thought to be a temple, it can equally function as a museum of our own history. It then becomes that everyone that knows how to study these are steps ahead of the ignorant or less open-minded ones. It is possible to find yourself struggling with the understanding of some evolutionary differences on your own body. However, a documentary videos as one in the link below would help you solve the riddle.
Let’s say you have a tendon pops out of your wrist for an example, the video offers quality explanation for the trait.
If you have your arm on a flat surface and push your thumb against your pinkie while you tip your hand up. If you could observe a raise band in the middle of your wrist, this means that you’ve got a vestigial muscle in your forearm. Scientific and evolutionary report has it that this tendon connects to a muscle that 10-15% of people are actually missing in one or both arms. However, if you don’t have one of these tendons, you don’t have to worry. Since it’s a vestigial muscle, it makes no difference in grip strength.
The above evolutionary video is not just about this, wide range of things could be learnt about your origin that you have not taken time to consider before in it.
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