For example, weak genes are able to be passed on and on instead of dieing out.
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Yes. I think they are becoming weak physically and mentally. That and some other things are forms of reverse eugenics. I don't believe in eugenics, but I don't believe in reverse eugenics either.
Human are becoming extremely weak and lazy. I've seen a very noticeable change in just my lifetime. Humans in first world countries have gotten so spoiled that they don't even know what adversity means. First world problems so to speak. People don't want to work. They want to sit on their ass in an office and never do any real manual labor. They are afraid to get their hands dirty, as if that's below them. Then they go to the gym to compensate for not using their body the way it was designed to be used. But the gym is a poor substitute for doing real work.
The one that really gets me are the people who hop in their car to drive across a parking lot to get closer to another store in the same complex. Do they really need to drive a couple hundred yards?
Another one is calculators, which didn't exist when I was in high school. People can't do math in their head any more. They can't even do simple things. That part of their brain has become non-functional.1