1860's - Discovery of S-Humans
Charles Darwin, in his research on the origin of man discovered there were actually two subspecies of Homo Sapiens.
Homo Sapiens Sapiens, the “common” modern derivation of human beings.
Homo Sapiens Speciei, humans with a severe, but specialized evolution, often heavily dependent on environmental stimuli, with the latitude of effect closely tied to internal health.
Seen throughout time in various legends and literature, s-humans, though previously misunderstood, were accepted by Darwin as a subspecies present for as long as sapiens sapiens.
By the 1870’s, Charles Darwin’s views on evolution and the species of man were widely accepted.