The kindest survive
A group of researchers from the University of California are building a theory that humans are a successful species because we are nurturing, altruistic and compassionate. It is a far cry from the â€œevery man for himselfâ€ notion of Darwinâ€™s â€œsurvival of the fittestâ€. In one study people were given small amounts of cash to play games that would benefit the public good. Those that acted more generously received more gifts, respect and co-operation from their peers. Other research of theirs shows that some people have gene variations that make the hormone oxytocin, which promotes empathy, more effective. So kindness could be genetically selected in evolutionary terms. The theory is that since as individuals at birth (and throughout life we would suggest) humans are very vulnerable; the fundamental task for human survival is to take care of others. â€˜Tis the season to love one another: Merry Christmas.Meanwhile if you visit Meijer Ad that contains mostly likewise discounts with Winn Dixie Ad you surely have a range like ALDI Ad.