Altruism last ditch effort for R.S.?Edit
Again, fitness is the representation of one's genes in future generations, producing one child or killing someone else's child has nearly the same effect on one's genetic fitness, but so can saving a child's life as well under certain circumstances. Saving the lives of others can possibly be an effective reproductive strategy. Corporal Desmond Doss saved hundreds of men's lives in world war 2. If these men went on to have a large number of children Desmond's fitness and reproductive success could possibly have increased.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Desmond_Doss. Altruistic reproductive strategies are the least used reproductive strategies. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lFEgohhfxOA
Bib:i think it only works when related or at least similar the more dissimilar the smaller the effect this explains altruism as a result of kinselection as an adaptive tendency
Mikeyblayze: yeah like older woman saves her newborn baby doesn't seem to be a reproductive strat but a last ditch effort
More on altruism https://pumpkinperson.com//?s=mikey+blayze&search=Go
Mikey that new section needs moar sauce and seems unnecessaryEdit
"RS is largely considered evil and sinful" not sure this is true. christianity has "be fruitful and multiply". other religions are also mostly in favor of reproduction. context matters. maybe you mean "violent rs is considered evil". i think this section adds very little. might be misinterpreted as a call for violence Bibipi (talk) 11:30, 7 December 2019 (UTC)
Bib is rightEdit
Christians do have that multiply and be fruitful, despite the fact the best way to do this is violent, and anti christian. also Genghis believed himself to be some sort of living god to justify his actions. Bib, feel free to clarify or remove, don't feel like thinking about the duality of man/hypocrisy.
More evidence for farmer = proto-betabux neededEdit
> except in case of Vassilyev, he was still probably a legendary alpha for his time and place and had multiple wives, so he had even more RS than she did, and historically, some farmers were also very powerful
It's not so clear that reproductively successful farmers were betas.