Differences in complex social behaviors can have purely genetic causes even within the same species

Differences in complex social behaviors can have purely genetic causes even within the same species

An article came out about cooperation between an African tribe and a type of bird called the honeyguide. The bird spots bee hives and guides the human to it, the human knocks it down, breaks it open and shares it with the bird. The tribesman and birds communicate via a…

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Power, Sex, Suicide: Or why do genders exist in the first place?

Power, Sex, Suicide: Or why do genders exist in the first place?

Image Source There has been a lot of crap happening the last few weeks, so I thought a not particularly political post might be a nice respite for some. Please bear with the large digressions in this post. It may not seem like it, but it is all related in…

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Read <i>The origin of species</i> by Charles Darwin. Its great, its free, and it is nothing but alt-right

Read The origin of species by Charles Darwin. Its great, its free, and it is nothing but alt-right

This book is well beyond copyright so you can read it for free online, including on this site which has both a typed and photocopied version on the same page. Also, please look at Jim’s excellent analysis of progressives re-writing history to downplay Darwin’s contribution of natural selection. I know…

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The Missing Links

The Missing Links

The Cathedral is a Christian sect that very cleverly adopted the camouflage of secularism so as to more easily infect (memefect?) non-Christians and non-religious institutions in addition to actual believers. This was a natural evolution of the theology given that the constitution of the United States originally sought to keep…

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R vs. K selection

Dark Enlightenment bloggers talk about R vs. K selection quite a bit.  I found this video by Bozeman Science (unaffiliated with atavisionary.com) and thought it was worth sharing: Though compared to other species, all humans are very k selected, humans do vary with respect to other in their level of r…

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