Dynamic Subneural Reticulation (DSR)

Dynamic Sub-neural Reticulation (DSR)

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What is the Role of Connexive Retictular Systems (CRS) in Human Sexuality?

Connexive Retictular Systems (CRS) play a vital role, albeit poorly-understood, role in human sexuality.

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Important Differences Between Darwin’s Writings and Alfred Russel Wallace’s

I have been reading about some of the important differences between Darwin’s writings and Wallace’s. Darwin’s was decidedly more materialistic. Additionally, “Although Wallace always claimed to follow Darwin, in fact he increasingly distanced himself from the anti-teleology so prevalent in Darwin’s approach to evolution; by contrast, he developed a comprehensive teleological counter-theory to Darwinian natural selection that may be appropriately be called INTELLIGENT EVOLUTION” (William Demski, 2008, p. ii, from the Foreword to _Alfred Russel Wallace’s Theory of Intelligent Evolution_ by Michael A. Flannery, Erasmus Press.)

Flanner is a Professor and Associate Director for Historical Collections at the Lister Hill Library of the Health Sciences, University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB). He holds a master’s degree in history from California State University at Dominguez Hills and a library science degree from the University of Kentucky. His expertise in history helps to make _Alfred Russel Wallace’s Theory of Intelligent Evolution” an excellent read.

Another book worth noting is _The Heretic in Darwin’s Court: The Life of Alfred Russel Wallace_ by Ross A. Slotten, 2004, Columbia University Press.) Slotten’s book includes this passage from Wallace’s “The Limits of Natural Selection as Applied to Man” (in _Contributions to the Theory of Natural Selection, 359-360_):

“Superior intelligence has guided the development of man in a definite direction, and for a special purpose just as man guides the development of many animal and vegetable forms….But even if my particular view should not be the true one, the difficulties I have put forward remain, and I think prove, that some more general and more fundamental law underlies that of ‘natural selection.’ …It is more probable, that the true law lies too deep for us to discover it; but there seems to me, to be ample indications that such a law does exist, and is probably connected with the absolute origin of life and organization” (as cited by Slotten, 2004, p. 4).

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The Dynamic Determinism Triad Behaves Like a “Cat’s Cradle”

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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Accoutration vs. Colaration

Accoutration refers to non-essential phenotypical attributes of an organism. An example would be the feathering on Clydsedale hooves.

Colaration refers to the genetic trimming or deletion of accoutremental traits.

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Consider the artist who seeks to capture reality; he or she must study both light and shadow.

The Intelligent Design proponents want to observe only the light. The materialists want to observe only the shadows. Consider the artist who seeks to capture reality; he or she must study both light and shadow. A holistic approach is needed. Dynamic Determinists recognize the complicated dances of biases and mutations, constraints and oscillations, elasticity and impasses. The Natural Order is suspended in a masterful balance of ordination and utilitarianism.

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The utilitarian elegance of semifirmus genetic expression coupled with predation and mating competitions

The Anglo-American court system is predicated upon the belief that an adversarial system will produce the best result. The impartiality of the judge may seem cavalier to some. Nevertheless, the adversarial system allows greater utility and flexibility than the inquisitorial system, and so it endures. Within the natural order, we can readily observe the utilitarian elegance of semifirmus genetic expression coupled with predation and mating competitions. This adversarial system is the biological equivalent of John Harrison’s H4 marine chronometer. The complex matrix of impetuses, oscillators and counterbalances in Creation have facilitated the survival of the rhino, elephant, sloth, horse, lion, and camel despite dramatic climatic changes over the past 20,000 years.

John Donne asks the Tyger, “Did he who made the Lamb make thee?” The answer is yes, but where Harrison used circular balances, bi-metallic strips and caged roller bearings, God has used overproduction, lethal and nonlethal competition for mating privileges, and predation. If we attempt to adjudicate or anthropomorphize, we turn a blanced eye toward the ingenius theotecture of the Natural Order.

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