sunandmoon Posted December 20, 2016 Share Posted December 20, 2016 Is it wise to think of logic, singly, as intelligent, rather than logic and creativity? Each egg (produced by the female) contains one X chromosome, and sperm (produced by the male) can contain either an X or a Y chromosome. If the sperm that fertilizes the egg contains a X chromosome, then the child will be female. If the sperm that fertilizes the egg contains a Y chromosome, then the child will be male. - A (current) scientific explanation for 'how a baby's gender is determined'. I asked a question, and produced an argument: are babies genders determined, randomly, or naturally? Do you consider the natural circumstances of childbirth to be, metaphorically, like a bubble (i.e. contained in theoretical space)? I argue that natural circumstances are, in this context, universal, and therefore can't be reduced to a single moment (How big is the bubble?) When a male reproduces with a female, a baby (or babies) is born of either male or female gender. Though this process is random, the result is determined by the male and female duet. To conclude, I argue that there is balance between logic and creativity, that it's unwise to think of logic, singly, as intelligent. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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