Used to be Neanderthal was a put-down until it was discovered that mostly white people had Neaderthal. Suddenly the narrative changed. Funny how that is.

Used to be Neanderthal was a put-down until it was discovered that mostly white people had Neaderthal. Suddenly the narrative changed. Funny how that is.

Oh, I doubt the differences are that dramatic though.

Does my car prefer Exxon medium fuel or Shell medium fuel, maybe.

 

It’s absolutely astounding to me that life function at all. Not only life functioning but human life. Not only human life but that non-sterile human life can generally mate with other non-sterile human life if within sexual maturity range and have the potential to combine genes to make another human being or so that’s a mix.Go anywhere else in the universe and find that. Mind blowing.
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 Oh there’s room. My favorite philosopher – and I only understand ONE idea of his – is David Kellogg Lewis who has a multiverse notion distinct from the one from quantum physics whereby anything that could happen simply DOES happen.But it’s in a distinct universe that is totally separated from our own. No communication. Dopplegangers. No telepathy or cheating or anything.

But it gives plenty of room for exploring ideas because NOW there’s no such thing as “WHAT IF”. There simply “is”.

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  But randomness doesn’t really work like the monkeys at the typewriter because biology exhibits patterns and even physics exhibits patterns. True “randomness” is a bit of a fiction that’s convenient but in reality things stick together, push apart, form structures, etc.
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