You'd need to be a form of or relative of a bird. Their bone structure are hexagonal shaped creating light bones. That's what you'd need to evolve first. It would be a mutation for us humans to have that happen. Then over a very long period of time like a billion or more years you'd evolve into a bird or flying human. But it's not possible due to evolution and it's guidelines.
That is not evolution. You speak as if your body is the mind of evolution, but more accurately, it is the environment enforcing certain attributes. Or even more accurately, it is both such that their attributes work together in some net gain we see today. This does not to say we will or will not gain wings, but as I see it now, the current environment does not enforce us to have them to survive.
Your genetic composition is not as like flying mammals.Your genetic composition had inherited from your parents.So you shows the characters like your parents.Evolution is real, that does;t means mammals can wings.
If evolution was't a fact, why do you have an appendix? Why do we still erect what little hair we have when we get cold? Why do we have nails on our toes? none of these things are useful to us now, they are all remnants of what our bodies used to be like before we evolved. The proof of evolution is in your body.
we were inherited by the monkeys. they dont have wings so we dont have the possibility of having wings. if you combined human dna with a birds then we would have a bigger chance of having wings every generation with that dna.
Evolution is a process, not a matter of will. Because living organisms live in a dynamic (changing) environment, they have to be able to adapt, or they perish. Adapting to a changing environment does not mean "put on a sweater" when the climate gets colder, but it does mean that individuals that have an extra layer of fat, or have fewer capillaries in the skin might have an advantage over those who do not. When they reproduce they pass those characteristics on to their offspring and the offspring might have an advantage in a colder climate. Over hundreds of generations individuals will eventually develop that can tolerate cold better. To develop wings in an organism would take thousands of generations, and would likely mean the loss of arms (bats and birds) or legs (insects)...unless you like having really large ears (Disney's Dumbo).