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The Red Pill Room: The Female Social Matrix: An Introduction
While men will decide on a leader and then advance their respect and grant him authority in good faith until he proves his incompetence, once women decide on a leader they immediately begin looking for ways to cast her down, undermine her authority or mitigate her power. . . without looking like that's what they're doing.  Female competition is subtle and indirect, a matter of turning group consensus away from the established leaders' desire toward your own.  And if you're thinking that's a lousy way to run a company or a non-profit or any organization that wants to actually get something done, well, I can't argue with that.  For women all-too-often impose their mating-oriented social ordering on group dynamics in a way which actually rewards inefficiency if it means advancing a particular woman or clique to a dominant position in the Matrix even at the expense of the stated group mission.  In other words, it's more important in all-girl groups that things are "fair" that it is that they "get done".
manosphere  genderissues  evolution 
5 hours ago by HispanicPundit
Tradition is Smarter Than You Are
Culture practices undergo natural selection and can provide solutions no individual genius could plausibly invent. Western civilization assumes all practices have known reasons, but that is not true.
via:SlateStarCodex  sociology  evolution 
5 days ago by mcherm
A Response to Yuval Harari's 'Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind' > C. R. Hallpike
Summing up the book as a whole, one has often had to point out how surprisingly little he seems to have read on quite a number of essential topics. It would be fair to say that whenever his facts are broadly correct they are not new, and whenever he tries to strike out on his own he often gets things wrong, sometimes seriously.
book  history  entertainment  pop  human  evolution 
5 days ago by soobrosa
NeuroEvolution, NEAT Algorithm and My NEAT – Data Driven Investor – Medium
In fact, across seven million years, the human brain has tripled in size, from only around 500 ml to 1,200 or more today! The change in shape and volume of our brain are evidence of a process called…
deep-learning  evolution  neuroevolution  andrew  node.js  neat 
8 days ago by nharbour
wagenaartje/neataptic: Blazing fast neuro-evolution & backpropagation for the browser and Node.js
:rocket: Blazing fast neuro-evolution & backpropagation for the browser and Node.js - wagenaartje/neataptic
deep-learning  evolution  neuroevolution  andrew  node.js  neat 
8 days ago by nharbour

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