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Why do ostriches bury their heads in the sand 06-01-2008 10:53 am aspie_chav's Blog
A. Why do ostriches bury their heads in the sand when faced with impending danger.
Anyone, that is more then 90% of NTs, who donít have an understanding of the laws of nature, would say ostriches are overcome with fear thus taking the quickest route it conceives as safety the sand. This plus the fact Ostriches are not that intelligent.
That answer does not answer the question why does a high proportion of ostrich develop a believer that does not contribute to its survival. The fact that they are not very intelligent doesnít mean anything, because all animal inherit behaviour that contribute to its survival.
Ostriches do not bury their heads in the sand, it just appears that way. They are in fact hiding their heads from predators. What we have learned so far is animal do not inherit behaviour that do not contribute to its own survival.
Those rules also apply to humankind. Sometime you might wonder why humankind spend their time committed to various religious acts such as fasting, chanting and meditating when they donít have any apparent benefit at all. Well just like the preconception that ostriches bury their heads in the sand appear not to be a survival trait, the same that we have a preconception of human behaviour then come to the conclusion it is wring, stupid or time wasting because they are unable to logically analyse the correct answer.
Now answer this; why is it that many people, especially true of aspies who are looking for love, decide that just being themselves is not the best way to find love. Why do so many people inherit behaviour that only when it only serves to work against them.