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News: Are we about to witness the most unequal societies in history?

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... it’s greed edgar… simple as that..and greed has no boundaries ..cheers merle Robert, Inequality is likely to continue to increase to the point there
merle lester
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1:11 AM

How Religion Evolved

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hi geoff… check this out.. ... hi geoff… check this out.. On 26 May 2017, at 2:40 am, Jay Feierman jay.feierman84@gmail.com [evolutionary-psychology]
merle lester
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1:11 AM

Fwd: [WPAEvolutionaryPsychiatry] [evolutionary-psychology] Re: The N

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... remove your blinkers and let go of your prejudices to contemplate the darkness is to see the light merle ... that might be half the reason edgar.. but it
merle lester
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8:12 PM

News: Muscular men less likely to support social and economic equali

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You can see the link below to realize how simplistic it is. The claim that the republicans never take any risk is not true. They are taking the financial risks
Deniz Selcuk
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8:12 PM

Study provides surprisingly complex portrait of ancient trade networ

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Jay, thank you for this interesting post. Pat On May 24, 2017 7:04 AM, "Jay Feierman jay.feierman84@gmail.com ... Jay, thank you for this interesting post. 
Patricia Draper
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8:11 PM

Re: The New Testament in Social Biology by Saint Martin (A. Nowak)

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*Frans Roes:* I am a bit disappointed by your remark that humans are an eusocial species, because I did try to understand something about bees, wasps,
Jay Feierman
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May 25

Latest Papers from PLoS

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Evolutionary biology (search online) Evolutionary biology/Evolutionary genetics Recent evolutionary history of Chrysoperla externa (Hagen 1861) (Neuroptera:
Robert Karl Stonjek
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May 24

Re: [human-ethology] Any feedback from the peanut gallery?

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"...the body can move itself..." GS: This shows, in a nutshell, why what Jay peddles as science is just more Cartesian dualism. The movement of the body (or at
Glen Sizemore
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May 21

Re: [human-ethology] Did Morality Evolve

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*Sonny Williams:* I insist that the behavior of killing someone to obtain an object of strong desire arises because of “evolutionary brain circuitry.” *Jay
Jay Feierman
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May 19

Robert Owen - Wikipedia

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... yes edgar..now i remember you have spoke about this fact before…cheers merle Actually this Robert Owen is one of my illustrious direct ancestors and my
merle lester
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May 19

Re: [human-ethology] Re: The evolution of alturism, cooperation and

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*Jay R. Feierman:* It is a shame that only Sonny and me are engaged in this thread. Doesn't anyone else have any comments? James Gray (new): I have been
James Gray
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May 17

Re: [human-ethology] Re: What in Biology and Culture's Interaction F

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<<“ … within a few hundred years no humans will engage in any type of behavior that today we call religion.” Have you ever been to a game of Football?
Steve Corsini
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May 10

News: Perception: Our useful inability to see reality

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Stan, Correct. The actual reality absent observers doesn't 'look like' anything at all. Each observer sees and experiences it through his own sensory apparatus
Edgar Owen
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Apr 24

News: Sexist and anti-gay jokes: It's all about men feeling threaten

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Typical political response of the perverts to normal behaviour, with the feeble assertion that it has a rational basis. If they were not so antisocial, they
Jock
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Apr 23
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