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young people’s skulls.
Phone use is to blame,
research suggests.
"mom i have horns on my skull" "maybe if you
stopped using the damn phone" - "mom i have horns on my skull" "maybe if you stopped using the damn phone"
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    • Read the article. The ligament connections on the back of some peoples skulls are forming into bone. It's likely because of the strain put onto them by looking down so much because of phones and desk jobs. Nothing genetic has changed it's a similar effect to forming a callus.
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    • Hell yea we are evolving again
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    • Homo Klaxosaurus niggas be like
      Daily_Aqua a month
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    • The ancients warned us of politicians and y'all act like this is new
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    • So we finna look like this nigga in a couple of years?
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    • I dont think it's possible to evolve over the course of one generation like this
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    • We will evolve into argonians or trolls or any horned fuck
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    • And I thought my third testicle was strange....
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    • I’m pretty sure books and newspapers are both things we look down at but ok
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    • Look at the caption under this image.
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    • megapkmn77 a month
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    • Phones were responsible for every war ever
      DxD_Rabbit a month
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    • So can we officially deem ourselves unicorns?
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    • Oh so the next stage in human is to get horny
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    • That's kinda cool tbh
      Raharu a month
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    • Good thing I don't have iPhone. Samsung FTW
      KyleTheBro a month
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    • That means we evolving defense mechanisms for necking
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    • Fuck I no joke have one
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    • You cant say its caused by phones when its looking down, any one an get it from reading books, meditating, falling asleep drunk in the chair, so on phones arnt to blame
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    • I once had to sit through a whole long ass lesson in high school about how looking down at your phone was bad for your neck, then the teacher passed out paper and told us to write a paragraph about how we could use our phones less to help our necks. Then everyone looked down at their paper.
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    • This study suggests the horns are due to the strain of looking down at cell phones constantly, like people haven’t had to look down at something before. If true we’d have seen these horns already on jewelers and watchmakers, pianists, clerks and people who read constantly, assembly line workers, etc
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    • This whole story has been debunked and is complete bullshit, just search up "The Debunking of horns growing on young peoples skulls"
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    • What the fuck I have thissss
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    • I WAANNA SEE ZERO TWO
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    • EVOLUTION BABY
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    • Unpopular opinion we will never evolve as a species anymore because there is no survival of the fittest anymore. We are stagnant
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    • But i want horns, horns are dope
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    • Our demonic sides are starting to show...
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    • Our feet straighten out because we wear shoes so often. Our hands become tougher the more we use them on hard tasks. Our bodies adapt and change to their surroundings. So long as this isn’t harmful, I see no real problem with it
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    • I sense a new sex kink
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    • We are evolving so it’s easier to use our phones
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    • BROOO I HAVE THAT BALL SHIT ON THE BACK OF MY HEAD WTF
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    • i actually looked this up. the whole things bullshit. they’re called bone spurs and are more common amongst elder men. you can get a bone spur anywhere, foot, ribs, head, arms, hell even your tailbone. it’s not from phones but there is a thing called “text neck”
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    • *far away Doom sounds*
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    • Satan:
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    • These are actually called bone spurs they've been around for awhile and were caused by continuously straining your neck. But because of phones the problem has been more common than it has been in many years
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    • When the horn fully evolves, one must only throw their head back severing their spinal cord for death
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    • _Matthew_ a month
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    • This was an incredibly flawed study conducted by chiropractors not doctors and very few people in the medical community even entertain the idea
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    • I actually have a bit of bone back there that I recently noticed but I asked my parents and they said it was just because they dropped me :(
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    • Sweet, my offsprings will give birth to demons.
      Hellsverg a month
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    • *Few million years later and drunk college kids are now ramming each others heads with their horns like fucking rams.*
      The_Ghost a month
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    • We’ve fucked up this planet so bad that we are literally evolving to have horns to be prepared for hell
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    • I took an osteology class and that’s something that occurs in basically all human males. It’s the nuchal hook or the occipital protuberance. Like so people can see
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    • I don’t understand why this wasn’t an issue with people and newspapers. Newspapers used to be just as bad as phones
      LachIan a month
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    • Zero two prophecy!!!
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    • “Over thirty retirees in the midwest surveyed about the cause blamed ‘those newfangled cellular phones’”
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    • I wanted a horn on my forehead not the back of my head
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    • Like if you touched your head looking for horns
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    • Maybe we are evolving...fuckin finally
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    • I've literally had this from day one of my birth
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    • I actually have a bump at the base of my skull. I’ve known it’s there for years, but I’ve had no idea what it is or if others have it.
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    • Didn’t they debunk this tho? Like I read an article about how they never actually tested for a link between the bone spurs and cellphone usage...the actual test never even mentioned a link between the two. It was a separate theory all together that “linked” the two. So it’s possible, but not proven.
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    • *people start growing horns* *doom slayer* : *loads shotgun*
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    • Oh yes the phone bone!!!
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    • Boys i think we wasted our xp on this upgrade
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    • Horns are natural handle bars, I see no issue
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    • It was debunked you degenerates
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    • Me and the bois growing new horns
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    • Who else felt the back of their head
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    • I literally have this on the back of my head and I've been wondering for so long what the hell was this weird bump and now it's that I have a horn!!! That's awesome!
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    • I think I have A fully formed one
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    • Read the article about the article. It's basically BS. People who walk a lot get calloused feet, some, some people who look down a lot are getting beefy necks and this horn bs is exaggerated by the outliers.
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    • The world ended in 2012, we are all demons
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    • Maybe zero two can be real maybe
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    • Mom: Well maybe if you stopped using the fuckin' phone! *Yells while playing Candy Crush's 800th level*
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    • Or did they ride with Zero Two?
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    • Then maybe the dream of real life anime waifus with horns wasn’t just imagination! Zero two I’m coming for you!
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    • 002 be like
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    • I’ve been sleeping a lot because of a fever which made me stop doing chores my mom wanted me to do. When I recovered I get a painful ear infection and she blames it on the fact that I sleep too much.
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    • Idiots, that’s not how any of this works, it’s just hardened tissue to insure your neck is balanced
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    • So I'm... horny?
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    • We are evolving with extra support for our couch potato asses
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    • This research was actually debunked and deemed to be untrue. There were flaws in the sample size and who they took for the sample, along with others. Don't get fooled by this age-old fear-mongering.
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    • I bet you just touched your head, didn't you?
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    • The article was review and blasted by literally every doctor and scientist because they offered no actual evidence that electronic use was even associated with the bone formation process. The author of the paper claimed it without a shred of evidence and is probably gonna get in some trouble for it.
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    • They based this off a 2016 article and that never actually claimed that cellphones are the cause of this. In fact its found in around 40% of all people of all ages
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    • They think it’s bc of the way u look down on it but the thing is u look down like that when reading a book too and when doing a lot of other activity’s ppl are just trying to find every little thing they can against phones
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    • Can't wait for my grandkids to be in ww4 and see them using their heads like bayonets
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    • It’s called your occipital posterior protuberance and it’s normal
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    • Sick I want to look like a dinosaur 🦕
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    • I've had one like that since I was a kid before I even had a phone
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    • I think school is also a factor in this
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    • This whole story is fake news
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    • So looking down at books and school desks for the past hundred years but put the finger on cell phones so the millennials will shut up. 🙄
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    • Actually they believe this started around the time people started reading to pass time.
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    • Nah its cause everybody is so fucking horny
      Larry111 a month
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    • Dont be stupid, it was debunked less than 12 hours after the article came out by another article
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    • Yo, that’s a fancy measurement to just say “1 inch”, but okay.
      _Xehanort a month
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    • Its called an occipital protuberance and everyone has one. Some are obviously larger than others.
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    • I'm not sure if I have it, but I do have a bumb in practically the same area. Fuck
      SavageViper a month
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    • Evolution
      ToxicTeam a month
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    • Or it’s just evolution
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    • Is it real if so it could be because we are always looking down
      eyelessj a month
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    • Yes! First ape, then hairy man, then not so hairy man... next step demon/dragon man! Someone reincarnate me!
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    • Maybe if you decided Lucifer wouldn't have made a good baby daddy
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    • it was proven fake
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