CodeBlackv2 wrote:Scientists have discovered that the rate of evolution is linked to the number of children a woman has in her lifetime. If a woman has only 1 child, that child is most like the parents. That's why parents always love the firstborn the most. It has the least number of changes. Likewise, if a woman has many children, the later children are the least like their parents. They have the most changes.
This makes sense from an intelligent mother nature perspective. If humans are having only a few children then they are needed to continue the species. Nature can't afford the risk of making changes as each change from the parents brings the risk that it may produce a non-beneficial or even non-viable offspring.
The theoretical maximum number of children a woman can have, not counting multiples, is about 13. A century ago, women were having just that many. But today, women are having only a few children, or none at all. This has led to the end of evolution for the human race. The motivations for having so few children are several, economics, politics, social. But it will lead to the stagnation of the human race and its civilizations. End of the line.
There is a flip side to this coin. You also need to clean up the species. Otherwise, you end up with too many offspring that are not beneficial to the species, and you over-populate the planet, which is where we are now.
Nature does NOT decide who lives and who dies. Nature simply keeps raising the obstacles and the most successful are able to climb over. Those that can't, do not survive. Is that not exactly what happened to life on earth in the past? Small creatures survived the KT period, large ones did not. Humans survived because they were able to hide in caves during ice ages.
So what is the solution? We certainly don't want to make the mistakes of history, eugenics for example, or Nazism (murdering everyone you don't like). But there has to be a "solution" if you'll excuse the expression. We obviously want to keep the societal inventions we've created, like freedom, individual rights, etc. Plus, whatever we institute must actually be correct. One person's idea of "beneficial" is likely to be flawed, as history shows.
Is the answer, space exploration? The Moon, Mars, Moons of Jupiter and Saturn, beyond? We can't just keep adding more to the population of the earth. How will we survive?
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