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On 27 Jan 2002, at 12:45, Keith Henson wrote:
> It is actually remarkable simple. As Hamilton said one time, he should be
> willing to die if it would save more than 2 brothers or more than 8
> cousins. If you understand that a brother carries half your genes and a
> cousin one eighth of your genes it is obvious math to see that genes
> favoring this level of sacrifice would be favored over the long term.
Hm, but what about those family fathers who murder their whole
family and commit suicide afterwards?
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