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.

Married very young

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Angela, 54, on Teresa, 24
I married very young, so I was 23 when I had Margherita. I have a son, Francesco, who is an architect in New York, and then there is Teresa. Margherita has always been the perfect child, but Teresa was wild. Before having her I thought that being a good mother came naturally to me, but with Teresa I had to start a strategy. You can never put Teresa in a corner; you have to make her think that she thought of [the idea] herself. She and Francesco are both dyslexic, and whereas he would suffer psychologically, Teresa would go to the teacher and say, ‘You know that I have a problem, right? You have to help me.’ After school Teresa went to Parsons Paris, to do art, which was a disaster. They didn’t help her at all with her dyslexia. She kept saying she was going to sue them! She went to study art in Venice, but hated that, so finally she entered Naba, a new art academy in Milan, and now she is studying fashion and textiles.
Margherita always styled herself well, because it was easy to pick things from the collections, but Teresa has a totally different body, so she had to put in extra thought. She would make dresses for herself – I didn’t teach her, she went to the factory and watched the workers. They love her; they would follow her anywhere. She has the potential to work well in the company. Margherita has more of a vision, but Teresa would like the ‘doing’.

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