We live in a day and age with no predators, many of us have good, reliable healthcare and as well as that, almost everything handed to us on a plate. Of course this is not the case for everyone in the world - There are also many people starving, and unable to afford healthcare. I myself can't see humans as a race really evolving through natural selection, seeing as everyone is able to breed with relative ease, including those who are physically and mentally handicapped. Thus I don't see how natural selection can even happen anymore. With everything so easy to access for a huge number of humans, will be become less 'able' than our predecessors, or are we simply adapting and therefore, in this time, more 'able'? I myself can definitely see the gap between certain people becoming much wider: It's common for intelligent people to have an intelligent spouse, good looking people to look for an intelligent spouse. Anyone who's seen Jeremy Kyle can see this works the other way round as well... Will this encourage further differentiation between humans? These are my two cents, but I'd like to hear your thoughts on human evolution.