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    • Nature alone makes the rules, and may in some cases break them. Limited entities can only marvel at her dexterity. Sometimes there’s this idea that we can circumvent these laws. This is seen in cases of inbreeding, with evidence of those results being reflected in some middle age Royal European families. 

      Nature denounces the idea, citing that there’s a need for genetic diversity for the evolutionary process to flourish. However, due to the varied desires of innumerable entities. Nature may offer the alternate experience. Then there’s a complaint about the disadvantages involved.

      It could be that nature’s main concern is with reproduction. Whereby she always “finds a way,” regardless of if it is in the entities’ best interest or not. The range of experiences offered, appear to be unlimited. And the desires lodged in the psyche may be compared to a modern shopping cart and/or online wishlist.

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