Re: Gay Extropians!!!

From: J. R. Molloy (
Date: Sat Oct 07 2000 - 09:53:28 MDT

zeb haradon asked,

> Can anyone think of reasons why a homosexual would actually lead to
> more heterosexual partners then a heterosexual?

They're not "homosexual" they're bi-sexual. That makes them more attractive to
both sexes.
Women prefer bisexuals as sex partners because they're more interesting.

--J. R.

Darwin Machine My 1987 coinage, on the Turing Machine analogy, for any
full-fledged darwinian process incorporating the six essentials for the
darwinian algorithm. Species evolution, the immune response, some genetic
algorithms, and the hexagonal work space competitions are all examples. deme A
geographic subpopulation, mostly inbreeding but with occasional gene flow via
migrants from the larger metapopulation. dendrite Neurons have branches. There
is a single thin axon that initiates and propagates impulses to distant
destinations, and there are somewhat thicker dendritic branches that receive
synapses from other neurons's axon terminals. Pyramidal neurons have a
tall-tree-like apical dendrite plus some rootlike basal dendrites. At least in
neocortex, dendrites are the receiving branches of the neuron and the axon is
the sending branch. Elsewhere, some dendrites can also act like axon terminals,
releasing neurotransmitter in response to impulses and local voltage changes.

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