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Anthony Caswell was a long-term professor and researcher at the University of Miami Medical School. He now lives in Western MA.

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The Social Gene vs The Selfish Gene

Viewers of animal behavior on television can experience a feast of exciting new information about the social interactions of an amazing range of animal species.

Unfortunately, when it comes to theoretical interpretation, they are left in the dark ages with ideas that are at least half a century out of date and have not shifted in the interim. They have not even caught up with our modern understanding of how genes work. The hypothesis of the selfish gene is a case in point, which proposes that social interactions are governed by the sum of all genes that a potential pair share in common. This is obvious nonsense, but has been unthinking dogma from the time before the double helix was recognized.

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