Posts Tagged ‘natural selection’

Natural Selection Part 2:

October 23, 2018

This link is from Science Daily

The title is:
For preterm infants, skin-to-skin contact affects hormone levels – and may promote parental engagement.

The link is:
https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018…/wkh-fpi101818.php

This convoluted title and the article attached, not only supports my idea of natural selection outside the genome – specifically from mother to child transfer of good bacteria after birth – but goes further.

This supports an idea that came to me earlier today,
LOVE is selected for. NATURAL SELECTION SUPPORTS LOVE!

The more parents LOVE their children, the better chance their children will grow and have children of their own, that will survive to reproduce, and so on.

“Survival of the fittest”, should go beyond conflict to now include symbiosis: Suggestion that a major part of being the most fit is :
SURVIVAL OF THE MOST LOVING!

Tom Hendricks
10/23/18

Biological Basis for Happiness?

July 7, 2014

Biological basis for happiness?

This is speculation, but it seems likely that happiness may be something naturally selected for.
For example we feel happy after we eat, after sex, around newborn babies and cute kids, etc.
That would support eating enough food, procreating, and raising children.


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