Just because medicine provides all kinds of synthetic hormones etc to enable older parenting doesn't mean that there is any benefit in it. It just means we can do things in a different order. But maybe the order where you have children first and then do university is the better one. We know for a fact that it is the more natural one.
I'm in my late 30s and noticing that all the "most successful" women who I graduated with from a top-tier university are single and childless. Is that what we really want? All our "most successful" being weeded out of the gene pool? That's obviously very destructive to the gene pool. Almost the definition of destruction to it.
Offspring of teenagers are objectively healthier than the offspring of older women.
It seems like there are a lot of reasons why it would be good if more of us had children as teenagers, and relatively few. Your claim that being a functional adult requires postponing having children until after biologically optimal age seems to not only be a poor counterbalance to the benefits off earlier reproduction but furthermore specious in the first place.
There's no comparison between Apple phones and their Google knock-offs when it comes to performance. People clearly buy the latter for emotional reasons rather than rational ones. In order to feel different, or special, perhaps. Nothing wrong with that. What matters is what makes people happy.
It sounds like you're on the Google bandwagon. Good for you. The important thing is that what you do makes you happy. Don't try to tell people that there is something wrong with wanting the technically superior phone, though. Or mislead them by trying to compare the performance of your brand new phone with an iPhone from early 2013.
Did I say benchmarks? No I did not. I said iPhones have had roughly double the speed of anyone else for the last 3 years. In other words, that the user experience is more enjoyable. The GUI is snappier. Jumping around between apps and tasks is quicker. People love their iPhones because the workflow is more responsive and they are able to get more done faster. In other words, because the user experience is more seamless.
If you think seamlessness of user experience doesn't matter than you are the one who is "clueless".
Apple has had roughly double the hardware speed of anyone else since Fall 2013 when the A7 chip came out. They stole a tremendous advantage there. So even their 1.5 year old phones are roughly the same speed as newest Android phones (e.g., iPhone 6 vs Galaxy S7). Apple phones that have the same performance have actually been cheaper than their Google analogs. So people have been buying Android phones for emotional reasons or in order to avoid owning Apple products, which have an image of being mainstream rather than 1337.
However, by next generation we can expect the 64 bit lead they stole to have been closed. Qualcomm will get there. Therefore, we can expect people to be able to purchase Google phones on rational bases again.
Once that happens, only a minority of people will buy Apple anymore. The party Apple's been enjoying will be over. Almost all phones are nearly indistinguishable from Apple phones now as well. Down to every little detail such as the shape of holes used for speakers etc. So Apple's design advantage will also have been neutralized.
If someone like Samsung can come up with something new that iPhones don't have then there won't be any contest.
Do you think Hillary would have voted differently if journalism had been different?
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