Meet Mindy: A technological deformation

Hello Readers,

I’ve been contemplating whether I want to write a post on this topic. I don’t plan on it being a long post, but nevertheless, I found information from an article I found intriguing and decided to share it. It pertains to how our bodies will “devolve” (the article stated “evolve” but I disagree) due to excessive use of technology and how detrimental it will be for us physically and mentally. A link to the article will be provided below.   When I was reading this article I couldn’t and still can’t fathom this hyperbolic belief on how our bodies will deform due to constant technological use, and to illustrate what I’m getting at check out this picture below…

An article link for a full breakdown of all these ailments will be provided at the end of this post if you’d like to read it. I’m merely showing what scientists predict on how our bodies will adapt for the worse with the constant dependency on technology. This model named “Mindy” exhibits the following deformities…

Text claw 

A second eyelid 

Tech neck

90-degree elbow 

Thicker skull and smaller brain

Hunched back/Arched back and neck

In closing, unless I see evidence (video/photo) of a person afflicted by deformities due to excessive exposure to technology, then I won’t believe it and chalk it up as speculative. It’s a riveting read, but it should be taken with a grain of salt. So, what do you think of this transformation? Do you think it’s something that can occur? Lastly, one more thing I want to mention before ending this post is that the “Mindy” model reminded me of a prototype humanoid figure named “Graham” that was a project to display the survival rate from car crashes. There isn’t much correlation there but once I saw this “Mindy” model I immediately thought of that science experiment. Anyway, give a like if you enjoyed this post and follow the page so you can stay up to date with my future posts. As always, peace and keep it real. 

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