1. (The first law of Edenic political science) “Intra-species conflict stems from various phenotypes unconsciously trying to alter the environment to favor each of their respective reproductive strategies.”
2. Human breeding populations are best adapted to the selection pressures that produced them in the first place.
3. Therefore, each breeding population is unconsciously attempting to recreate the environmental conditions that originally produced them.
4. The aesthetic expression of this desire in the form of a story is therefore called an “origin myth”.
5. Every major human breeding population has an origin myth. Like breeding populations, myths can be layered, interwoven, and complex, corresponding to variation at the level of species, subspecies, race, etc.