At first, I know that the evolution never stops and that humans are still evolving of course.
But I recently wondered if the evolutionary mechanism are still fully applicable to the human society. Since we have reached a technological level where practically everyone can reproduce and survive, the so called survival of the fittest or better the survival of the best adapted is not a significant driving force anymore. Of course mutations are still occurring and one lives longer than the other. But basically everyone can pass its genes to the next generation and not just the "best" ones. Then I read about the Flynn Effect that states that the IQ is increasing from one generation to the next. This is not too surprising since our today's brain needs to process much more information than the yesterday's brain. Is this effect explainable with evolution? Is it the evolution of the mind? But if this is the case why is it occurring across the whole society? It is as if every individual evolved the same way; as if (sloppy speaking) the same mutation is occurring in every individual.
Has the human species reached a level where the physical evolution is slowed down but the psychically evolution is ongoing collectively?