Dienstag, 26. Dezember 2017

The Mutant Says in His Heart, “There Is No God”

The Mutant Says in His Heart, “There Is No God”: the Rejection of Collective Religiosity Centred Around the Worship of Moral Gods Is Associated with High Mutational Load
Edward Dutton, Guy Madison, Curtis Dunkel; 2017


Abstract

Industrialisation leads to relaxed selection and thus the accumulation of fitness-damaging genetic mutations. We argue that religion is a selected trait that would be highly sensitive to mutational load. We further argue that a specific form of religiousness was selected for in complex societies up until industrialisation based around the collective worship of moral gods. With the relaxation of selection, we predict the degeneration of this form of religion and diverse deviations from it. These deviations, however, would correlate with the same indicators because they would all be underpinned by mutational load. We test this hypothesis using two very different deviations: atheism and paranormal belief. We examine associations between these deviations and four indicators of mutational load: (1) poor general health, (2) autism, (3) fluctuating asymmetry, and (4) left-handedness. A systematic literature review combined with primary research on handedness demonstrates that atheism and/or paranormal belief is associated with all of these indicators of high mutational load.

Kommentare:

  1. Even left handedness correlation with poor general health is a non-absolutely-determinative selective artfact...

    Religion ITSELF is a paranormal belief,

    dutton is such a weird type of autistic breed.

    Fertility rates of most people who have higher genetic load has been reduced [in white populations], just look at for ''liberals''**

    Accumulation of mutational load is due by two vias

    en masse immigration;

    aging and partial artificial increasing of proportional representation of people with higher or above avg mutational load due to, general reduction of fertility rates and increasing of demographic representation of people who was ''sons of delayed pregnants''.

    Possible third via

    maybe, increasing of mixing race.


    It's just like the increase of older people. Partly due to improvement of medicine and to proportional reduction of young people in the age pyramid.

    ''religion'' became a clear sign of domestication. Maybe he is talking about deviant from current or prevalent domestication style.

    Another possibility via Kanazawa theory is that atheism as well autism as a paradigmatic frontiers of human evolution both have higher mutational load as well another ex-centricities and also because this features are new in the human gene pool or always in reduced numbers, because it's easier dominate apophenically confused and passive sheep.

    New or paradigmatic in the sense that via scientific domination of society, ''autistic-like' and atheistic thinking styles will becoming more common or adaptable to this new demands.

    ''We argue that religion is a selected trait that would be highly sensitive to mutational load.''

    I don't understand what it's mean... remember, religion in the way it has been forged and transmited or better, imposed, is itself a ''damage'', adaptable for mediocrity or lack of mental maturity of most people who need a big daddy to live...

    ''Religion'' as well ''arts'' are both part of ''existential culture'', while science would be part of ''technical culture''.

    ''We further argue that a specific form of religiousness was selected for in complex societies up until industrialisation based around the collective worship of moral gods.''

    Based on domestication and nurture on en-masse ignorance, period. ''Religion'' itself is anti-culturally-eugenic, it's a accumulation of damagingly perpetuable memes...

    ''With the relaxation of selection, we predict the degeneration of this form of religion and diverse deviations from it''

    Read the bible or any other sacred book to look what intellectual degeneration look like...

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    1. Can you be less super-monosyllabic???

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