Well to start off, my major is pretty much a roller coaster of science classes. So I have run into the theory of evolution quite a lot over my time at MSU. Most science courses that I have run into clearly support evolution in animals as it is scientifically proven that some animals evolve over time. They have extremely similar like qualities as their ancestors and several features are distinct, yet some features remain the same as time goes on. In fact, in science animals need to adapt more and more over time eventually leading to them changing over a period of several years. Now Human evolution is an extremely touchy subject in science, considering there is a lot of controversy around it. There is not enough evidence to completely prove it without a doubt, yet there is not enough evidence to completely disprove it. This causes there to be several arguments among scientists and other people as well. In my personal opinion, I do believe human evolution can happen slightly over time. If you need to be strong and hard to survive then over time humans would be larger. If you need your spine to grow a certain way , then people with a curved spinature would eventually die out and a specific type of people would remain. Yet, in my opinion and this is just my opinion, you can just evolve intelligence. If that was the case then why are humans are the only animals that are as intelligent as they are? Over time you will gain more knowledge and cross certain thresholds of science, but the basic intelligence a human has cannot be something that just happened somehow if we came from monkeys. The reading for this week had a certain aspect at looking at evolution, but it didn’t really make me change the way i look at evolution in my field. Its a rather unclear path when it comes to evolution, but human variability makes sense to me. As i said before over time there are aspects of humanity that come on top just like with any other species. Human variability is the many different possible values for measurable characteristics, whether it be physical or mental. These differences can be important or not important at all. Some can be voluntary while others are not voluntary. Some can be genetics passed down by parents, or some can be an environmentally given trait. For example, people could have a genetic heart condition and this would be different among each person. IF their parents had it then maybe they could have it. While an environmental trait would be being tan. If you live somewhere where its always hot and sunny, you will be more tan than if you live somewhere where it is not as sunny or hot. Basically, I am just expressing my opinions on the matter. I may be right or wrong, but this is how I feel and my approach to it. Im sure other people could disagree with me or agree with me. Im interested to see the different views of it all!