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For questions about the means and methods any species, organism or entity uses to propagate itself.

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Evolution should already ensure that species will not want to mate with other species often. This is due to a principle of Koinophilia. On the most basic level The odds of a hybrid species being hea …
answered Jun 13 '16 by dsollen
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avoid sexual reproduction and getting DNA from a third party. Put the above idea aside for a second, I'll come back to it, lets address a separate issue. specifically they won't have romance! There is …
answered Jul 20 '15 by dsollen
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I promised an answer, but I already made half my points in comments. I suppose I will make one more one. Most people have given justification for 'monogamy' but not life time obligatory monogamy lik …
answered Oct 30 '15 by dsollen
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particular prefer sexual reproduction at times of extreme scarcity/danger such as lack of food when you would think they would be less willing to 'gamble' genetically, because of the big adaptive advantage … drive by sexual reproduction. A creature can not evolve and grow (much) without it. That means it would be rare for a truely complex creature, like humans, to reprodue asexually because the …
answered Mar 20 '15 by dsollen
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DNA in 'artificial eggs', such that the mother only needs a swab of her mouth for DNA rather then actual eggs. With this approach you have removed almost all the physical differences for reproductionreproduction has always occurred. Even in presence of a new and simpler method of reproduction our biological imperatives will still be ground in reproduction of the past, evolution won't 'catch up' for many …
answered Aug 25 '15 by dsollen