What it homosexuality is natures way of population control.

Discussion in 'High Ideas' started by junkheadrev, Jun 18, 2012.

  1. I mean no offence,and am not saying homosexuality is a disease.
    But when a certain animal begins to over populate an area,sometimes a disease spreads or a parasite infects part of the population in order to control it.
    It can be seen from bugs to boars and there are even several cases in human history (ex:the black plague)

    What if the reason homosexuality is increasing (supposedly ) is because nature is trying to control the rapidly increasing population.
    It took 50,000 years to get to one million people world wide.
    Less than three hundred years later we already have 7 billion people.
    It makes sense that mother nature would find a way to control the population from geting to big.

    I don't know it was just a thought.
     
  2. There have been cases of People saying animals are gay. But that really comes down to whether or not there is a "gay gene". Because that would give birth to a whole
    Branch of questions including can it be inherited? If it were then it could be plausible to
    Assume that it could be . But there's really no tangible evidence supporting this.
     
  3. Oh there are more homosexuals in this world because the population is far higher... More people equals more variety in types of people.
     
  4. There has been tons of animals that have been reported to having same gender sex. Some dolphins and whales do it. Monkeys have been known to. The list goes on.
     
  5. The Black Plague was more effective. If it is a form of population control, mother nature's getting soft on us :p
     
  6. [quote name='"Herb Hancock"']The Black Plague was more effective. If it is a form of population control, mother nature's getting soft on us :p[/quote]

    Haha yeah.
    Until she decides to send another asteroid.
     
  7. [quote name='"thugnificent918"']There have been cases of People saying animals are gay. But that really comes down to whether or not there is a "gay gene". Because that would give birth to a whole
    Branch of questions including can it be inherited? If it were then it could be plausible to
    Assume that it could be . But there's really no tangible evidence supporting this.[/quote]

    dunno why this is still a question. There is a gay gene. Its been found. By science folk
     
  8. Nature was just tired of everything being so damn ugly. That bitch knows how to control population with style.
     
  9. This is for the same reason cannabis takes 2 months to get a decent sized plant and then once it hits flowering it booms off with buds and nearly triples in size.
     
  10. then its extremely inefficiency
     
  11. yes i totally had that idea not too long ago in a studie there was a cage with only enough capacity for 30 rats they started with 10 rats after breeding when the population was like 25 or so alot of the mice started acting homosexually
     
  12. #12 blackleaf28, Jul 6, 2012
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    [quote name='"schnarrs"']yes i totally had that idea not too long ago in a studie there was a cage with only enough capacity for 30 rats they started with 10 rats after breeding when the population was like 25 or so alot of the mice started acting homosexually[/quote]

    serious tho? Thats crazy
     
  13. most of those examples of animals shouldn't even apply since they mate with both sexes and rarely just the opposite. Sex also has different purpose in both species and at times for animals it is just to display dominance.
     
  14. why not just create more chicks who like it up the ass? win/win
     
  15. Still better than the females eating us after we mate
     
  16. Wow.

    Trying to compare a man-made global population explosion over hundreds of years to nature's growth cycle of a single species of plant that has been doing that same cycle for FAR longer than man has influenced this earth.

    Yeah, you're not fucking baked out of your mind right now...:rolleyes:
     
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