What is family?
What is a family?
A family is an ecapsulated biolayer with or without social contacts such as various forms of marriage and company agreements. It is an extremely tightly connected network of genetic diversity and homogeneity with an optimal sharing of energy to produce the most consistent decisions to measure and interact with external environmental factors. Family is, in human societies, the central organismal reproduction biolayer. Although usually the initial partners of a family is two to achieve the most efficient and mathematically optimzed sexual interaction, there can be an infinite number of social constructs such as multiple spouses and multiple offspring regardless of genetic homogeneity. Family in other species of higher or lower complexity adopts a very diverse encapsulation forms. Communication and reproduction technologies such as the internet and an IVF, respectively, will shift the family computation equilibrium to other forms in the future.