You may have seen the story -- "Scientist Predicts Two Human Species in the Future" or some similar title. Here's the BBC version, for instance. Oliver Curry, an evolutionary theorist at the London School of Economics, made some astonishing predictions about the future of human evolution. Press accounts lingered on details like the pertness of future women's breasts, the size of future male genitalia, and the existence of a goblin-like subhuman underclass.
Mary Ann Simpson at Physorg.com casts a hard and skeptical eye on the story and doesn't like what she sees at all. First of all, Dr. Curry isn't a biologist -- his degree is from the London School of Economics. Secondly, those "predictions" came from a speculative essay he wrote for an upcoming program on the Bravo channel. The news accounts derive from a Bravo press release.
In other words, the eminent scientist isn't, and his "predictions" aren't.