Scientists Propose a Radical Re-design Of The Human Body Parts
Anthropologists, engineers psychologists and Industrial designers have made radical proposals to transform the current design of the human body in order to get the most efficient and cost effective being out of man kind.
Anthropologists, engineers psychologists and Industrial designers have made radical proposals to transform the current body design of the human body in order to get the most efficient and cost effective being out of man kind that can match the rigors of life in the 22nd Century. In their criticisms of the current features in modern man, they observe that the following body parts and organs need radical redesign;
Eyes: Additional Eyes to the back of the head and finger tips
Engineer, Robert Wolf prescribed an additional set of eyes at the back of the head. He argued that the current design of the human vision is only 180 degree or even less. He believes that increasing the visual space to a full 360 degrees would make man more visually equipped for the better. He also was of the view that the tip of the fingers should be equipped with some kind of eyes that can make man to easily see the top of his head. He reasoned that even with another pair of eyes to the back of the head-man will still not be able to see the top of his head.
Brain: Relocate the Brain from the head to the Chest cavity
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The Scientists recommend that the brain should be relocated to the Chest cavity and not in the head as we have it today. They argue that a brain located in the chest would be nearer the heart where it can be easily fueled with blood directly from the source. Having it in the chest cavity would also make it less prone to injuries. For this redesign to work, there would be the need to make the chest much larger to accommodate the additional vital organ; besides the lungs, liver, spleen and the heart.
Spine: Replace the current Spinal column with a tube of semi flexible cartilages
They acknowledge that whereas man’s current spinal design was a fine work of creation, they were only effective when humans were still walking on their fours a million or so years ago. But when man took on the upright posture, a lot of pressure started to be placed on the spine such that today, the basic weakness in the current design on man lies on the spine because the spine sags and frequently gets out of its position and incapacitates many people. They therefore, recommend that the spine does not need to be a disjointed spinal column but one that is encased in a tube of semi flexible cartilage so that it is a solid column with an increased load carrying capacity. They admit that this would affect rapid twisting, but semi flexibility of the cylinder would allow for enough bending.
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