posted on Jan, 3 2015 @ 09:27 AM
originally posted by: Jamie1
The same qualities that provided an evolutionary edge hunting tigers don't necessarily provide an edge in an office environment.
Or do they?
Not all. I'd propose that Sociopathic behavior is increasing because people are more successful in the current business environment having no
concerns for anyone else's feelings or success. I haven't any evidence to support this hypothesis however.
Where do you see the vulnerabilities? What "edges" are ripe for exploiting? Where are the opportunities, that, if you are aware of where an edge
is no longer an advantage, you could win the modern day survival of the fittest?
I think one of the most exploited edges lately has been white collar crime like Bernie Madoff. The profits from this type of crime has been
astronomical and only recently have criminal penalties even been handed out. Typically it was a slap on the wrist and give back the money you have
The next edge of opportunity is possibly in fraudulent hi tech start ups. Millions are being thrown at young entrepreneurs with minimal due diligence
based on reputations. I'd be surprised if cons haven't taken place and the large corps and money men simply cover it up so as not to look stupid
handing out so much money to a fake.
From my observations, I can hypothesize that there is a huge edge in non-traditional gender qualities. Females with masculine qualities paired with
beta males is the winning combination.
Now if your talking about reproductive evolution and 'winning' I'd suggest that beta males don't provide the aggressive gene's that an alpha
female would want her children to have.
I'd suggest an alpha female to reproduce with alpha males, keep the children a secret and continue using different alpha males for more children.
After the children are procreated then choose a Beta male to assist in stability and raising them.