[Paleopsych] Time to move the model forward

Steve Hovland shovland at mindspring.com
Thu Oct 14 03:20:10 UTC 2004

The cosmos may have begun with quarks and sparks,
and certainly bacteria play an important role, but
evolution didn't end there.

Reptiles commonly eat their young, but mammals
do not.  

Mammals introduced something new into the cosmic 
order- nurturing.  

Competition continues to play a role, but even bacterial 
colonies prosper mostly by cooperating with their fellow 
species members.

The future survival of humanity now depends more on
getting along than it does on fighting.

Steve Hovland

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