Most religions are systems that promote and worship k-selection. Which religion promote it the most?

Most religions are systems that promote and worship k-selection
Which religion promote it the most?

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  1. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    that does R and K stand for in this?

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      moron and Kunt

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      R-selected and K-selected species, basically animals that prioritize a lot of children and animals that have less children but devote far more time to their care. An obvious example of this is rats vs elephants, with rats shitting out a bunch of kids with a good portion probably dying, while elephants invest all their resources into a single child in the hopes it will reach adulthood.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      I’m biology R selection describes the breeding habits of mosquitos, frogs, bugs, some fish, anything that lays dozens or hundreds or thousands of eggs at a time and just sets them free.
      K selection is like mammals and anything else that has a dozen or less offspring at a time and takes care of them.

      Some biology program drop-out who didn’t understand the concept introduced it to this board/Oyish as people, humans having more kids or fewer kids. Just a daily reminder that this website is worse on pseudo-intellectualism than Reddit because the userbase is even less intelligent.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        OP is using it correctly though.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          His image is correct, his question is not. Humans are K selected, literally an anomaly to even have 2 children at once

          • 8 months ago
            Anonymous

            But certain traits and behaviours within human sub populations differ along r/k lines. Certain groups reach puberty sooner than others just to give an example.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        >Just a daily reminder that this website is worse on pseudo-intellectualism than Reddit because the userbase is even less intelligent.
        Clearly.

  2. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    This perspective doesn't account for the cost of raising children, r and k selection are literally just prey/predator dichotomies, where a predator population cannot be more than 10-20% of the prey population without causing a collapse.

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      1 prey doesn't equal 1 predator, direct measurement of proportions isn't very realistic

    • 8 months ago
      Anonymous

      >r and k selection are literally just prey/predator dichotomies
      no they arent lol
      wolves = 6-8 offspring /year/female
      cattle = 0.5 offspring/year/female

      that's wrong you moron

      R selection = black people, insects, fish, reptiles
      K selection = white people, mammals, birds, apex predators

      natural selection favored K selection in many cases and humans are among the most K selective with infants nearly killing women on their way out and needing to be cared for for years, "nature" was willing to make the tradeoff because big brain good, an intelligent human can drive a mammoth into a trap or burn down an entire forest, human brains built civilization and the modern world which is now cucking "nature"

      ah yes Black folk (who take over 10 years to reach puberty) are more r-selected than chickens (who have gone through more than 3 generations within 10 years)
      way to completely misinterpret r/k theory
      also you may not know this, but some apex predatores are fish

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        R selection doesn't mean higher birth rates.

        >some apex predatores are fish
        Yes, and sharks give birth to live young like mammals, they are far more k selective than their peers. The trend is, the more complex and higher performance the animal, the more k selective they tend to be. Humans are absolutely mogging every other animal right now and are perhaps the most k selective mammal and naturally the k selective humans are superior to the rs.

        You are just wrong, although you're too moronic to understand why.

        • 8 months ago
          Anonymous

          SOME sharks give birth to live young, some lay eggs. I wasn't even talking about sharks in the fish apex predator thing by the way, electric eels are also apex predators and they lay over a thousand eggs at a time.
          >The trend is, the more complex and higher performance the animal
          Maybe you can tell me what a "high performance" animal is? The term "complex animals" is usually used to differentiate vertebrates from shit like nematodes and sponges. But r/k theory is relevant to ALL organisms not just animals, but also shit like fungi, amoebas and plants, so the "the more complex and higher performance the animal, the more k selective they tend to be" betrays a fundamental misunderstanding of the theory.
          I wont give a lazy cop out concession like "youre too moronic to understand why youre wrong" and actually tell you what the core misunderstanding you have is: r/k theory represents a spectrum, so the terms "r-selection" and "k-selection" are relative terms similar to terms like "bigger" and "smaller" or "faster" and "slower". So they only make sense in relative terms.
          These terms are useful when comparing a few traits or even a few species, but when you try to pigeonhole entire families of organisms as r or k selected you are misusing the terms.
          It's true that r selection doesn't JUST mean higher birth rates but the majority of organisms actually display a combination of r and k traits anyway, just like the majority of organisms have bigger and smaller parts of their anatomy or faster and slower behaviours as well.
          Are fish slower or faster than mammals? Are predators bigger or smaller than prey animals? These questions don't really make sense because you can't use these terms in this way because they are relative and not discrete.

      • 8 months ago
        Anonymous

        R selection doesn't mean solely higher birth rates.*
        I suppose I should correct that because you're going to nitpick rather than come up with real arguments

  3. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    that's wrong you moron

    R selection = black people, insects, fish, reptiles
    K selection = white people, mammals, birds, apex predators

    natural selection favored K selection in many cases and humans are among the most K selective with infants nearly killing women on their way out and needing to be cared for for years, "nature" was willing to make the tradeoff because big brain good, an intelligent human can drive a mammoth into a trap or burn down an entire forest, human brains built civilization and the modern world which is now cucking "nature"

  4. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Yeah, we should be more like wienerroaches and less like humans. Genius take.

  5. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    Post body

  6. 8 months ago
    Anonymous

    >muh nature cuck strike again
    Biggest homosexuals of all time

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