With all the safety rules and regulations put in place natural selection doesn't get a chance to work for humans anymore.
Natural selection is a basic proces when the selection is allowed to be natural. Human beings have been "engineering the environment and themselves to cancel the effects. Probably there are benefits--up to a point. On the other hand, perhaps not. Should babies who might die of their own accord be allowed to live? Should healthy babies who just happen to be "inconvenient" be destroyed? We were meant to have TWO parents in a family-----Is allowing anything good for the ultimate outcome of humanity? I've said my piece. Love Noelle
No but it has been derailed for sure! This is a good question with a very long answer.
anything natural has pretty much stopped working. genetically modified foods, chemically infected weather patterns, water polluted and rivers dammed, trees reduced to lumber, extinction. what is left that is natural?
Yes it has been crapped on from great height by the medical profession especially the national health service (UK)
Natural selection is absolutely still in effect the problem is that humans are currently programed to fight against it. For example the world implies that models are the most beautiful among us yet they do not seem to have better luck in relationships so why are so many women trying to look the part of this ideal? Because we are not taught/raised to truly understand ourselves and others, we expect 18 yr olds to be able to make serious relaitionship decisions with no real understaning of how a healthy realationship works. Natural selection is following your natural instincts which people go against when dealing with an intimate relationship. people stay in relationships with people who r not compatible for many different reasons, but they are all wrong, if someone is not right for u then u are not right for them therefore ending the relationship for non compatability is the correct thing to do but instead we try to get them to conform or we try to conform ourselves and, by our actions, we are teaching the next generation to do the same
For humans, yes.