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Re: [human-ethology] Fwd: The effects of external cues on individual

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Yes! A fight between the two most sophomoric "thinkers" I know! On Sat, Jun 24, 2017 at 8:35 PM, Jay Feierman jay.feierman84@gmail.com ... Yes! A fight between
Glen Sizemore
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Jun 25

The Historical Jesus

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Benny, that was so beautifully and learnedly expressed. I dips my lid to you. One of the most powerful points that you make (and I report this as a committed
John Norris
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Jun 23

Latest Papers from PLoS

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Evolutionary biology (search online) Evolutionary biology/Evolutionary genetics Hypoxia Inducible Factor (HIF) transcription factor family expansion,
Robert Karl Stonjek
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Jun 22

What's the Purpose of Religion?

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Pain(s) of life. An actual god could not reveal itself lest it be blamed for all that goes/has gone wrong. Therefore holy books are most likely writ on the
pieiphi
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Jun 16

News: Are left-handed people more gifted than others? Our study sugg

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I would be interested to hear Michel Raymond’s take on this. Given the substantial frequency of left-handedness (on a personal level, one son, one brother,
Flinn, Mark V.
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Jun 16

Re: [human-ethology] There is no such thing as a truly selfless act

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All things being relative there cannot be a truly selfless act. A god cannot make itself known lest it be cursed. Either all may be perfection or nothing may
pieiphi
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Jun 16

Re: [human-ethology] Older People are More Altruistic

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Hmmm… some conceptual fuzziness here. Organisms don’t know the “actual degree of genetic relatedness” (they estimate it based on cues that worked for
Flinn, Mark V.
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Jun 16

Re: [human-ethology] Re: Kin selection, group selection and altruism

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*Sonny Williams:* Your second misunderstanding is calling the loss of “Japanese alleles" . . . an example of group selection. That’s hogwash. Those are
Jay Feierman
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Jun 15

We are not the result of evolution

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Perhaps because creationists refuse to equate god with consciousness. A From:
pantheon
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Jun 14

Re: [human-ethology] Post Menopausal women as a non-reproductive cas

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*Michael Ragland: *Jay, do you consider post menopausal women to be a eusocial non-reproductive caste? *Jay Feierman:* Yes. Their reproduction is
Jay Feierman
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Jun 12

Re: [Mind and Brain] Re: [evol-psych] [human-ethology] Why is pedoph

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That's the wildest misrepresentation of the year. An extreme value judgment that deems it actually unacceptable even to look at what is going on in paedophilia
stevemoxon3@talktalk.net
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Jun 12

Re: [human-ethology] The Confusion of Group Selection

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... Actually, someone (moi) in this group (ev-psych) has proposed a third "method" on a number of occasions, Jay. Phil
Phil Roberts, Jr.
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Jun 11

Re: [human-ethology] Why is pedophilia prevalent

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Confirmation in Jay's responses here that there is no defensible scientific position in the aspects of Jay's notions I picked up on.It is bizarre to abandon
stevemoxon3@talktalk.net
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Jun 10

How plants tell time

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I repeat, those are not “visual” clues, except to us and the species affecting the survival of the plants. Color is an aspect of light, but it exists
Nancy Bovee
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Jun 7

The similarity of psychiatry and religion

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Len, et al, The human brain continually constructs its own internal narrative which is continually brought back into alignment with reality by incoming data
Edgar Owen
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May 29
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