A Preliminary Investigation into
An Evolutionary Boundary

As long as the original population group "1-A" dominates the numbers of organisms in the
theoretical planet's oceans, each "year" (actually 1000
saturation cycles) will see another
set of second-level groups being created. Since these population sizes are the same as the
first "year's", the numbers are already calculated. In calculating third-level groups, we
thus see that they come from "
first-year 2-A", "second-year 2-A", "first-year 2-B",
second-year 2-B", "first-year 2-C", and "second-year 2-C". It deserves an illustration:

The upper row of the second
"generation" are mutants from
1-A along with the appropriate
reproductive increases. The
lower row (2-A and 2-C) are
of the reproductive increases
from the first "year" 2-A & 2-B.

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