Oboy. I'm glad I live here in the past.
Fascinating to hear that our skull shape has changed just in the last 500 years or so.
I doubt that the discussion of the golden ratio in that article takes into account the out-of-proportion eyes. Is anyone familiar with Egypto-Roman paintings of the second century or so? Classical Greek and Roman statuary kept the face in what they considered harmonious proportion (realistic in the case of Roman sculpture, idealized in the case of Greek), with no feature emphasized at the expense of another. By the second century in the southern Mediterranean, the faces showed the soul as well as the body, and they were noted for their large, liquid eyes. Classical proportions had gone bye-bye.
Natural selection has given us eyes that have at least some chance of protection by the shape of our skulls. Do you trust science to do as good a job? Not by the looks of it.
Roman statues (very realistic and humanistic)
Greek statues (idealized)
Not to be a Debbie Downer, but I doubt humans or earth are around in 100,000 years.
I wonder if Dr. Kwan is related to Michelle?