Hypergamy Unleashed – At First a Trickle

This entry will utilize the concept of “chaos theory”.  Below are some excerpts from wikipedia.  If you do not really want to read these, that would be fine.  There will be simplified explanations further below.

Here are some excerpts from Wikipedia related to chaos theory.  It might not be what you think it is.

Chaos theory is a field of study in mathematics, with applications in several disciplines including meteorology, sociology, physics, engineering, economics, biology, and philosophy. Chaos theory studies the behavior of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions—a response popularly referred to as the butterfly effect. Small differences in initial conditions (such as those due to rounding errors in numerical computation) yield widely diverging outcomes for such dynamical systems.

Chaos theory concerns deterministic systems whose behavior can in principle be predicted. Chaotic systems are predictable for a while and then appear to become random. The amount of time for which the behavior of a chaotic system can be effectively predicted depends on three things: How much uncertainty we are willing to tolerate in the forecast; how accurately we are able to measure its current state; and a time scale depending on the dynamics of the system.

Some dynamical systems, like the one-dimensional logistic map defined by x 4 x (1 – x), are chaotic everywhere, but in many cases chaotic behavior is found only in a subset of phase space. The cases of most interest arise when the chaotic behavior takes place on an attractor, since then a large set of initial conditions will lead to orbits that converge to this chaotic region.

An easy way to visualize a chaotic attractor is to start with a point in the basin of attraction of the attractor, and then simply plot its subsequent orbit. Because of the topological transitivity condition, this is likely to produce a picture of the entire final attractor, and indeed both orbits shown in the figure on the right give a picture of the general shape of the Lorenz attractor. This attractor results from a simple three-dimensional model of the Lorenz weather system. The Lorenz attractor is perhaps one of the best-known chaotic system diagrams, probably because it was not only one of the first, but it is also one of the most complex and as such gives rise to a very interesting pattern, that with a little imagination, looks like the wings of a butterfly.

Go here to see the Lorenz attractor in action,


Chaotic systems are nonlinear with much internal feedback.  A human society constitutes such a system.  People make decisions (the non-linear part), act upon those decisions, influence other people through those decisions, who then might influence others (or the original fella) as a result, and so on and so on.  Through a combination of people’s natural inclinations and a culture a steady state condition might be reached, one where society is relatively stable.  This would be an example of an attractor, as mentioned in the above text.  In more concrete terms, an example would be the Patriarchy.  But before we consider that further, discussing other examples of chaotic systems and their properties would be useful.

A classic example is climate.  It has many nonlinear internal feedback systems, just like human societies do.  It is a more apt model than one might think.  Throughout Earth’s history, there have been warm periods and ice ages.  Often they have lasted long periods of time; that is, they were seemingly very stable. But somehow, in some way, something happened to cause the climate to flip from one type to the other type. How did this happen?  Somehow, in some way, the ball got rolling.  Changes accumulated and eventually the climate changed into a different steady state.  These types of events are termed the “butterfly effect”.  That is, a small stimulus, if the conditions are right, can start a cascading set of events that change everything.  Furthermore, it should be noted that not all climate states were similarly stable.  Sometimes ice ages lasted a long time, and sometimes they did not (for example the “Little Ice Age”).  Often it takes less to disrupt a less stable state.  Store this idea away, as it will be useful later.

That is what apparently happened to the Patriarchy.  The stable (but not really very stable) system was disrupted by feminism’s demands.  These demands effectively constituted a coordinated set of “butterflies” driving it toward instability.  Presently, the system (society) is not stable and is careening toward something else.  It is difficult to see what that something else will be.  That is the beauty and the frustration of chaotic systems.

In the next installment, the aspects of the Patriarchy that made society stable will be examined, as well as how they were undermined.

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14 comments on “Hypergamy Unleashed – At First a Trickle
  1. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    While we are in transition, we really don’t know where this road is going to take us.
    Cue Dragnet theme for ominious music.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    We are at an inflection point. The boys are running out of patience.
    I hope that it’s not like a game of tennis and the boys are about to return the ball.
    This is giving me a sore neck just thinking about it.


  3. Yoda says:

    The boys are running out of patience.

    Count on scientific, engineering and business advancements women and elites do.
    Enough for them there will be.
    “The men have no marriagable women? Let them Jack off”


  4. Yoda says:

    I hope that it’s not like a game of tennis and the boys are about to return the ball.

    More like “keep away” it is.
    Boys ball they take.
    Hide it good they do.


  5. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    This “Let them eat cake” attitude is a little much.
    Maybe we need to play “keep away”.


  6. Yoda says:

    This “Let them eat cake” attitude is a little much.

    Sexual self-service cheap and reliable it is.
    Video games fun they are.
    Opiate for the mass of men they think.
    Manifestations of this policy long time to fully appear they do.
    Pretty in the end it will not be.


  7. Spawny Get says:

    I think that they don’t realise just how checked out guys can be. MGTOWs aren’t happy little worker bees still shoveling the gravel, still paying the same amount in taxes as a hubby, or aspiring hubby.


  8. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I am beginning to think that they believe that men will produce at the same rate without incentives.I do keep seeing estimates in which it takes three times as much money to support a married couple as it does a single man.
    There are a lot of ramifacations to this if valid.


  9. Yoda says:

    I do keep seeing estimates in which it takes three times as much money to support a married couple as it does a single man.

    To these please do link.


  10. Yoda says:

    MGTOWs aren’t happy little worker bees still shoveling the gravel, still paying the same amount in taxes as a hubby, or aspiring hubby.

    Darth Vader approach they will take.
    Choose poorly elites Will.


  11. The moment I saw the word “Hypergamy”, I knew it was love!

    Blog plug: blindhatemail.wordpress.com


  12. Spawny Get says:

    Hi ITAOI,

    response to your blog plug, for the edumacashun of other commenters as to why they might wish to visit.

    Note to commenters: Before you comment, however, I’d make sure that you did so using an anonymous email address…you know who you are! When you comment you are giving the blog host that email address and IP address (which may, or may not be static). Let’s be careful out there, people

    But now my question is, what really makes a woman feminine? Well… I like all kinds of women! My particular favorite has got to be child brides. But other than that, I like barefooted, unenthusiastic women in long skirts. I like French Maids in short skirts. I like quiet women, and I like women who are always bubbly and happy. I just can’t quite put my finger on what it is I like! But if I had to boil it down, I would say… any woman that makes me feel more like a man.

    The blog was only started yesterdayTODAY (especially odd seeing as it isn’t/just barely ‘today’ where the IP address of the above comment tracks back to), I’m wondering if a familiar name is behind it(?)

    Nevertheless, there’re smiles to be had…let’s see how it goes.

    (ITAOI – Hit ‘customise’ under ‘look and feel’ to add a header image. If you hit ‘edit’ on a post you can set a ‘featured image’ (rhs menu for me) for it. Good luck)


  13. blurkel says:

    Let’s call this Patriarchy talk the distraction that it is.

    There are over 7 billion people on this planet, and only a microscopically-small segment enjoys all the benefits life can bestow. Everyone outside of that small circle of friends (for they all know each other) is expendable, and the more we can be set upon each other the safer those few are. The rest of us can die and decrease the surplus population.

    Inspiring humanity to abandon our hard-wiring and avoiding breeding the next generation means more for those who have already taken too much, and less of us to contest that acquisition. We become more aware of the existential issues facing us, such as why do we struggle to survive when there is so little to gain?

    Those who see themselves as superior to all others have to have jungle conditions to truely realize their untrammeled greatness. With all of us waging wars against each other over relative trivialities, that effort is made easier and complete since we are facing the wrong way to notice the real threats to our well-being.

    The sad thing is, we have to go along with at least some of that program lest we ourselves be destroyed by it. It makes it even less likely that the good things of life will ever again be available to more than the few. Valhalla, we are coming – indeed.


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