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01 - Variations Under Domestication At First We Invented the Wheel A while back, I tried to climb back up the tree.
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It was on a hill side, and trying to hold on to a steady branch,
it broke loose and I fell down.
Trying to get up I accidentally stepped on the broken branch.
Rolling downhill uncontrollably, I broke a leg.
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My friend, who was near and saw what happened,
rolled us down the short hill, using a slightly better branch.
Later, there was a road there, and they wheeled me into the ambulance.

domestication

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01 - Variations Under Domestication Attack of the Clones Charles Darwin goes to great length to explain why
Domesticated Selection works much faster than Natural Selection
and also creates monstrosities.
In short, the selection process is not guided by survival.
Rather, the selection is done by man.

Despite common misunderstanding, cloning merly means
the genes have a single origin, much like in asexual reproduction, so common in plants and lower life forms.
Mutations always occur, regardless,
and variations are guranteed to always exist.
One must first select what to clone.
If cloning becomes common, for man or animal,
standards for early abortions will also soon develop,
thereby falling in the laps of the D. Postulate.

domestication

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03 - Struggle for existence Be fruitful and Multiply Genesis, Ch. 1, V. 21-22:
So God created great sea creatures and every living thing
that moves, with which the water abounded,
according to their kind, and every winged bird
according to its kind.
And God blessed them, saying:
"Be fruitful and multiply and fill the waters in the seas,
and let birds multiply on the earth"

Genesis, Ch. 1, V. 28:
Then God blessed them, and God said to them:
"fill the earth and subdue it;
have dominion over the fish of the sea,
over the birds of the air,
and over every living thing that moves on the earth"


This was some 5700 years ago, while Charles Darwin,
sitting on a four and a half billion year old rock in the corner,
smiled and said:
All creatures are created equal.
They will all subdue one another.
There is no dominion save what you create for yourself,
and this is how we got thus far, dominion included.

replication

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06 - Difficulties in Theory Brain Muscles There is probably one single very effective tool,
one that I find myself having a hard time defining,
a tool that helps me correlate evolution logic
with human psychology,
and for which I have just found a name, by a cascading definition:

1. Brain Muscles - (metaphorically muscle-like)
entities in the brain that perform brain activity.

2. Brain Muscle memory -
much like muscle memory,
portions of memory systems in the brain
who's 'job' is like muscle memory,
but with respect to 'brain muscles'.

Brain muscle memory seems to be
an effective analysis model for
human subconscious behavior.

By correlating to the behaviors of animals,
it opens the opportunity for a large collection of knowledge,
otherwise only dimly usable.

Animal behavior is mostly subconscious,
and its proximity to that of man is of high variance,
while the universe of specimen is very large
and is automatically classified into groups of low
variance in this respect.

Migration

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