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A "new" form of natural selection?

October 23, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

It’s interesting to see Feldman indicate that “human movements drove a new form of natural selection” as if there was ever any other form of natural selection that had been detailed across species by anyone else.

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Human Pheromones: theory vs models

October 8, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

the prenatal migration of GnRH neurosecretory neurons allow human pheromones to effect GnRH pulsatility, which modulates the concurrent maturation of the neuroendocrine, reproductive, and central nervous systems, thus influencing the development of human reproductive sexual behavior and other behavior.

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Bio-CHEMICAL complexity

September 20, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

There is nothing about the enormous biochemical complexity of the human brain that suggests its complexity could be reduced to a theory in which domain specificity was adaptive in any species from microbe to man.

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More bird-brained behavior

August 2, 2012 James V. Kohl 0

evolutionary theorists cannot, without question, make the assumption that we are primarily visual creatures. The basis for that assumption was a non-existent avian model