Pain during childbirth is a result of the evolution of the human body. It has taken 6 million years for humans to get where we are today. But still, our bodies are designed perfectly.
We Anomalous have gathered a few design flaws of our body, and we figured out what can be done to make them perfectly engineered.
1. Pelvic Bone
If you have noticed babies have bigger heads. Because we have tiny pelvic openings. This makes giving birth very painful.
Solution: To make giving birth less painful, we would have to have a wider pelvic bone. But this will make our hips larger and harder to walk. As another solution, we can also have the baby come out at the navel section, which would mean we’d give birth through the belly button.
2. Male Nipples
Male nipples are useless. The small tissue behind them can also cause cancer. Male nipples are most likely leftover from what they developed in the womb as nipples are formed before the gender is.
Solution: Gender would have to be determined before they grow in the womb in order for males to be born without nipples.
Even if many of us aren’t aware of it, we do have a blind spot. This is due to the inside out retina which means that nerve fibers are located in front of the retina, blocking the light. Both of the eyes work together giving us clear eyesight.
Research showed that 65 million Americans have experienced back pain even once in their life. This is because of our evolutionary past. In the past, we were walking on our hands and feet. The curve spine was perfect for this and all the organs were comfortably placed.
However, as we walk on 2 feet now, the spine was forced to curve in order to support and make space for the organs.
Solution: To avoid back pain, we will have to start walking on fours again.
5. Legs and feet of body
There are 26 bones in each of our feet. This was because our ancestors had to grab and hold onto branches. Because now we are civilized we don’t need them anymore.
Solution: We will need to have ostrich feet, which have fewer bones. Which will make us much faster and less prone to injuries.
There had been 4963 choking deaths in the United States in the year 2020. We easily choke because we only have a little tissue flap that covers our windpipe. When we swallow, that flap tissue (epiglottis) covers the windpipe (trachea) in order for the food to actually go down the food pipe (esophagus) and reach the stomach. Choking occurs when the flap tissue doesn’t react in time.
Solution: We will have to give up the ability to speak. Because if we didn’t have epiglottis in the back of our mouths, we could eat anything without worrying about choking. But we will have to give up our voice box (larynx).
As humans, we only have 2 sets of teeth. But when we consider how fast they break down and how much money we spend on them, they’re easily flawed body parts.
We’d need to have teeth for specific purposes. But having another set of teeth would be painful.
Solution: Kangaroo teeth would be better. It’s because Kangaroo teeth wear down, they get replaced when they fell down and then the rear teeth move forward.
What do you think of the above body design flaws? Would you choose to walk on 4 feet to avoid back pain?