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Re: [human-ethology] Human Reproductive Suppression

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Steve Moxon: You're both mistaken. Culture is part of biology: the facility to exhibit culture cannot have evolved unless it served to fine-tune and reinforce
Jay Feierman
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9:01 AM

Human Reproductive Suppression

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These are assumptions, and dubious ones given that the 'demographic transition' is universal -- well, there is one country (one of the '-istan' former USSR
stevemoxon3@talktalk.net
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Jul 19

Latest Papers from PLoS

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Evolutionary biology (search online) Evolutionary biology/Evolutionary genetics Charged amino acid variability related to N-glyco -sylation and epitopes in
Robert Karl Stonjek
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Jul 19

Fwd: Interesting read - Future?

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... i will be eager to read this book edgar… all the best with this project..cheers merle Thanks, Merle. Good post. My next book I'm currently working on is
merle lester
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Jul 18

Re: [human-ethology] Re: Faith and Reason

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*Michael Ragland:* Religious beliefs may be useful from a utility perspective (i.e. what they do is more important from a biological perspective than their
Jay Feierman
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Jul 18

Re: [human-ethology] Re: Human Eusociality

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*Jay R. Feierman:* However, there are other mechanisms of reproductive suppression that just utilize beliefs, which is what is occurring with the 40% or so of
Jay Feierman
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Jul 17

Fwd: Religious leaders get high on magic mushrooms ingredient - for

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We can read this kind of US Pablum 100 times a day, about “getting a deeper appreciation of their own religious heritage” Or “to levels of
Benny Beit-hallahmi
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Jul 13

News: The Uninhabitable Earth

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Anna, Agreed. There were plenty of points in the article that seemed highly questionable to me. While global warming will produce mass disruptions in the end a
Edgar Owen
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Jul 13

Evidence to Suggest that Copulatory Vocalizations in Women Are Not a

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Perhaps only people that women have to FAKE orgasms with? Edgar ... Perhaps only people that women have to FAKE orgasms with? Edgar On Jul 10, 2017, at 9:22
Edgar Owen
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Jul 12

Re: [human-ethology] Are We Cooperative or Competitive?

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Glen, trying to respond informatively but not excessively to your: On 07/07/2017 08:41 AM, Glen Sizemore radicalbehaviorist2@gmail.com
Thomas G. Parsons
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Jul 9

We Are All Brains in Vats

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Utter garbage. On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 10:00 AM, Edgar Owen edgarlowen@icloud.com ... Utter garbage. On Mon, Jul 3, 2017 at 10:00 AM, Edgar Owen
Glen Sizemore
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Jul 5

The Impact of Marijuana on Cognition, Brain Structure, and Brain Fun

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Holy Wars by Peter Webster International Journal of Drug Policy, Vol. 10, Issue 1, p63–69 Published in issue: February 01, 1999
Peter Webster
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Jun 27

Re: [human-ethology] Grand Challenges in Evolutionary Sociology and

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*Jay Feierman:* I did not say there are no such thing as human races. It is just that races do not have sharp borders or boundaries and are just terms for
Jay Feierman
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Jun 27

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

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
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