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Decreasing Human Sperm Viability

October 27, 2013

Decreasing Human Sperm Viability

A. Intelligent Life

Life is an evolving system continuously undergoing natural selection i.e. continuously selecting, intelligently, opportunities to augment its energy constraint in order to survive i.e. in order to avoid its own mass format being re-converted to energy.

B. From

I grow several fruits. Fruit trees are brainless, mindless, of low intelligence,  i.e. low extent of traits acquired by experience.

A fruit tree sprouts, starts producing many units of the fruit, of which only a small fraction complete their growth, of which in nature only few, if any at all,  evolve into trees to reproduce the fruit-tree genes. This is the genes reproduction mode of the less intelligent organisms, i.e. of the organisms less learned by experience. Plants are stationary, with lesser learning opportunities than mobile organisms. For survival in nature they depend on producing great numbers of progenies.

Observe/ponder other organisms including human cultural phenotypes and draw survival conclusions re the relationship between their intelligence and the number of their progenies…

Sentience, the ability to feel, perceive, or be conscious, or to have subjective experiences, holds for every organism. In essence it is the reaction of the organism to its circumstances. Now note : genes are organisms,  life’s primal organisms;  genetics is the progeny of culture, culture is response-reaction to circumstances, the extent and nature of genetics of an organism, of its genome, are proportional to the extent of survival challenges that its historical phenotype has been facing and to the extent of its resultant genome-neural constitution-history…

Now, Is it genetics that drive biological and cultural modifications?

NO. It is culture that modifies genetics, not genetics that modifies culture. Culture modifies genetics simply via the evolutionary intelligent natural selection process of the RNA ORGANISMS. Likewise many natural genetic changes are due to aging and/or circumstantial effects on the genes and/or genomes ORGANISMS, similar to aging and/or evolutionary processes in mono-cell communities (cultures) or in multi-celled organisms.


C. From

“Page’s team compared human and chimp Ys to see whether either lineage has lost functional genes since they split. The researchers found that the chimp had indeed suffered the slings and arrows of evolutionary fortune. Of the 16 functional genes in this part of the human Y, chimps had lost the function of five due to mutations. In contrast, humans had all 11 functional genes also seen on the chimp Y.”  “The human Y chromosome hasn’t lost a gene in 6 million years,” says Page. “It seems like the demise of the hypothesis of the demise of the Y.”

Now, our genes and genomes are ORGANISMS. They continuously monitor the natural selection efficiency of our sperms versus the energetic costs of endowing them with their viability, and by thus this intelligent natural-selection process they select their expressions, with higher competence than some scientists…

D. Whose Sperm Decreases Viability

I’d reckon-expect that members of the historically now Western cultural phenotype would exhibit most pronounced sperm viability decrease due to their older-farther departure from natural selection by adaptation and adoption of pragmatic modifying of their circumstances, instead.

Dov Henis (comments from 22nd century)

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