Meggan Mallone - Mars & Venus Posted by Ron Harris
26 May 2009

Meggan Mallone/Meggan Powers

“Men Are from Mars Women Are from Venus”, was a best selling book, because it helps you understand what works and how you can get what you want from life. What I will attempt to do is show you the true mathematical and predictable way Mother Nature works, which is the biology behind the book, Men Are from Mars, Women Are from Venus“.

I will show you how you can see and understand everything by looking at the shapes of nature. Nature shapes everything we perceive and that impacts our perceptions of beauty. Whether we are discussing women or flowers, fine art or contemporary fashion photography, supermodels or my own models, mathematics of proportion and shape are laid out by Mother Nature, to provide us with clues to an object’s physical stability and ultimate evolutionary survival.

Through this blog, we will continue our journey together in pursuit of the truth that we can measure and prove. If we understand how the organism works, we are much more likely to achieve our ultimate goal of getting better looking children than we are to the next generation, and beyond. This is our destiny: to keep evolving.

Helen Fisher Ph.D., Anthropology, in her book, “The Anatomy of Love“, says the most important act you can perform is that of making love, for it is only with this act that you can transfer your genes to the next generation. And, of course, the scientific definition of life is the ability to reproduce. Most people in old folk’s homes say the most important thing in their whole life was having their children and grandchildren.

There is, of course, another way to help evolution. That is by changing our perceptions and beliefs so that the next generation does not make the same mistakes we have made. Many intellectuals have opted to leave their teachings for the next generation rather than their genes.

Come Up to Beauty - Ron

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