Many people get goosebumps every time they watch a horror movie or listen to a beautiful song that touches them to the core. Apparently, future generations will not be able to experience the same sensation.
In the past, gooseflesh was a way to look more menacing and protect against a larger predator. Animals have still retained this ability to use small muscles to make their fur stand up to intimidate others. Humans, on the other hand, still have goosebumps but obviously no fur to puff out to scare unwanted relatives. In the future, as the level of comfort grows, our epidermis will lose these muscles.
The next one has been tailing off for some time…..