According to the Dynamic Determinism model, biological types at the family taxonomic level can be understood as a triad consisting of three mutually conjoined rings. These rings are genetics, gestation, and reproduction. On the perimeter of the triad are three tensors. These include nutrition, predation, and germination. As with a “cat’s cradle” formed from an elastic loop, the Dynamic Triad exhibits both mobility and stability. As with an elastic band, a biological family system under extreme stress or strain can be broken, at which point the family becomes extinct. The Dynamic Determinism Triad is the model which best fits current scientific knowledge of genetics, biology, and paleontology. Wallace’s theory of evolution presents a much closer approximation of this dynamic system than does Darwin’s.
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