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Fauceir evolution theory

Fauceir evolution theory describes mechanisms of evolution from fauceir perspective. The abstract mechanisms are applicable to all levels of evolution. Biological evolution as studied by Darwinism and it varieties is just a specific subset of that general evolutionary theme.

The major object that undergoes evolution is the fauceir that has a limited set of properties and follows a few simple rules.

  1. A fauceir which consist of an unlimited number of sub-fauceirs (slaves) always interacts with other fauceirs.
  2. These interactions result in the formation of a new fauceir that has these two interacting fauceirs and all their elements as slaves. Those creations occur in infinite numbers in infinitesimal periods of time (rule of unlimited creation).
  3. All these newly created fauceirs are unstable (rule of limited time).
  4. By chance a few of these interactions cause an insulation. That is by such an interaction these fauceirs become more stable because inert to other destroying interactions. This stability entails a longer lifespan, so the chances increase that these stabilized fauceirs build up even more stable interactions.

Take members of a population instead of fauceirs in an unlimited Universe of fauceirs and you end up with the classical evolutionary theory. The unlimited creation of new fauceirs becomes variation and recombination of the genetic material and the adaptation by natural selection is just the process of insulation.

The evolution from inorganic matter all the way through biological individuals to social communities is a process of evolved evolution which comes as no surprise because evolution itself is just a fauceir.

The major devices that accelerated the pace of evolution include memory, inheritance, and specific competition devices.

Memory is already seen with inorganic material, but it significantly improved its effectiveness by evolving proteins and nucleic acids that not only allowed to store information more inertly (see insulation) but also to increase the capacity.

Inheritance is typical of biological fauceirs. It was possible to evolve only after an effective information storage was available. The reproduction of biological organisms following a certain blueprint was a great advantage as it allowed to improve insulation much faster.

War is an invention of human societies. It became possible and necessary after the evolution of inheritance. Among biological individuals the success of an inheritable information depends on the increased fitness and the better survival in a given population, so the feedback of such an selection process was rather slow. It was significantly improved when societies engaged in warfare.

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Inheritance - Heritage

This article tackles the differences between fauceir inheritance and heritage. For definition of these terms, please see specific articles.

In both cases we deal with a fauceir that consists of memorizing slave fauceirs. The only diference is the perspective from which the process is analyzed.

  • Inheritance applies to similar slave fauceirs under the same master fauceir. A typical instance is a population as a master fauceir in which a member (slave) inherits to its children that are also slave fauceirs of the same master.
  • Heritage adapts the perspective of a master fauceir whose slaves carry some memory.
  • In other words heritage is the memory stored in a master fauceir while inheritance is information transfer among slaves (see figure below).
  • In biology inheritance is often seen in connection with the creation of a new individual. This however is not even compulsory even in biology, remember horizontal gene transfer, and becomes even less prominent on the ecological level, for instance when an ant colony is occupied by a new queen. Inheritance even less rarely involves new individuals at the social level.
  • Though the difference between inheritance and heritage is clear cut from the theoretical perspective it can change with the focus of research. While information is inherited from one idividual to an other in a population it becomes heritage in that new individual.

Orange Master, green slaves, red memory containing (cyan) inheritance (left) and heritage (right).

The picture illustrates the differences between inheritance the red fauceir in the left panel and heritage the red fauceir in the right panel. Both of them contain memory fauceirs (cyan). In a given master fauceir (orange) the inheritance is transferred from one slave to an other while heritage is a substantial element of a given master that effects other slave fauceirs.

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Fauceir heritage

The concept of fauceir heritage is different from inheritance.

Fauceir heritage is a fauceir whose slave fauceirs memorize the developmental trajectory of a master fauceir.



  • The development of schizophrenia seems to depend on the season of birth probably because of nutritional effects such as vitamin D availability [1].
  • The nutritional status of a mother during pregnancy seems to have an effect on the development of obesity later in life [2][3][4].

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