Differentiation of Species

The Similistic view of genetics suggests that each of us is our own species. Yet, we remain “similar enough” to provide continuity between generations. Of course, there hasn’t yet been time enough forĀ  chaotic couplingĀ  to provide clearly recognizable differentiation. As they say, it is only a matter of time. Similistics puts a very forward-looking view to evolution. Classically, genetics has given us a very backwards view of evolution.

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