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For Homo Sapiens, This Is as Good as It Gets

Well, that’s it. Pack it in, boys. Show’s over for us as a species: We’ve peaked. At least, we might have, according to a paper in Frontiers in Physiology. If anything, it looks like we might be going downhill, with climate change and other environmental effects taking our bodies away from their current idealized forms. Fastest, Highest, Strongest First, the findings themselves.
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