Re: EVO: "Natural Selection Is Acting On The Current Human Population" (fwd)

From: Adam L. Beberg (
Date: Wed Apr 25 2001 - 12:45:48 PDT

On Wed, 25 Apr 2001, Eugene Leitl wrote:

> The researchers found many of the variations in the three traits were
> controlled by social factors such as religion and education. For example,
> Roman Catholic women had 20 per cent higher reproductive fitness than other
> religions. University educated women had 35 per cent lower fitness than
> those who left school as early as possible.

*whistles x-files theme*

This is a coordinated effort to evolve the perfect consumer. Religeons
self-select people who are followers, and thus are encouraged to breed like
rabbits (no birth control, pro-life, etc). By encouraging things like
condoms (requiring a high deal of self-control which good consumers dont
have) rather then methods not needing so much control at the time, you breed
a better consumer. Alchohol will always be legal and easily available to
teens for the same reason, breed young, breed often. Educated people are
well known as really bad consumers, they do research and usually find nearly
the best price. Smart people need to stay in school thus removing themselves
from the reproductive pool until later in life were risks go exponential and
increase the chances of pregnency resulting in a good consumer. Eugenics
isn't about breeding smarter people, it's about making dumb ones that follow
orders and have no self control.

So.. Illuminati, aliens, or Walmart? *chuckles*

- Adam L. "Duncan" Beberg

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