Friday, May 30, 2008

Defective humans

3-legged baby. Is that a defect? Maybe we, the 2-legged beast, are the defectives babies. Maybe, just maybe, 98% of humans are born with defects and those 3-legged (2%) babies are normal.

I wondered, if defects in humans are defined as anything that is not normal, i.e. different from the majority. Or can our biologist actually identify that we are suppose to have 2-legs only and the third one has no function, only hindrance.


boon thye said...

you become think like me
why bird cannot swim....

shinliang said...

Haha, oh yeah....I remember that question 10 years ago, "Why can't evolution make birds swim?"


I guess I was just 10 years slower!