Progress and evolution

Further, says Kate (for the sake of having called the theory of scoffing enemy “Model Hugh Hefner,” or Playboy Mansion Model), where did you get that in the human population were fixed early mutation of female infertility? If so, when did this happen? Before or after general ancestor with chimpanzees?

If, after – it’s strange, because chimpanzees, too, is menopause. If yes, even stranger: ethologists unanimously indicate that male chimpanzees have something just prefer to mate with mature, experienced females that have already proven their evolutionary fitness and are more likely to raise healthy children.

Yes, and do not have any mutations that define the early infertility in women. If they arise, medics reproduktsionisty already would know all about them. But they do not appear, it seems. So, it seems, Canadian researchers still breccia nonsense.

At this point I like being male, unaccountably prigoryunilsya (yes, that’s it, and rush about life between feelings of guilt and a sense of worthlessness lonely, as if it were two different things.) But thanks to Kate, her feminine intuition, she realized that she can not finish the story on such a bad note. So in the end she listed a few facts that have given me a sense of the engine of progress and evolution. Here are the facts.

Glamorous

Margherita, 29, on Rosita, 81
I must have been five or six when I realised that my family were well known, but I was never aware that fashion was glamorous. Missoni is something that my grandparents created and I feel like it belongs to me – it’s as if it’s part of my own self. My grandma is definitely a risk-taker. Cutting knitwear and using it like fabric was something very new [in 1958]. She has just turned 81 and there’s never a time when she says no to something – it’s always possible. I am much closer to her than any of my cousins are, perhaps because I’m the eldest grandchild. She is like a second mother to me. We used to go mushroom-picking in the woods, or to flea markets, and I remember I once made her buy me two pairs of wellington boots because I wanted to wear one green and one pink. I couldn’t understand why you were forced to buy them both in the same colour. From the age of two until five I would wear different colours of the same shoe.

She didn’t spoil me though, she was very tough – that’s why nobody else liked to hang out with her! She wants the best for you, so there is a bit of pressure; I never wanted to disappoint her. Now, when I’m designing accessories, I’ll take pictures of paintings at an exhibition on my iPad and think, ‘That’s the perfect colour scheme for the next collection.’ She has an iPad too, so I send her the pictures, and pictures from my holidays. She has so much energy – I just try to keep up!

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