What is religion?
What is a religion?
Religion is a computationl methodology in covolution.
It relies on memories and data that are more rigidly programmed than other social functions. It can provide an enormous efficiency in energy utilization for computing the future states of the objects in and out of societies. To provide axioms, instead of using reason, it proposes absolute belief systems that can be sufficiently efficient static environment where much less computing is required to predict future states. The side effect of religion is a paralizatioin of the biological objects in a fast changing and dynamical system with very limited amount of genetic diversity, synthetivity, and reduced energy utilization. Therefore, religion often needs to expand by taking up inefficient covolution strategies such as devouring other biological objects and systems instead of maximizing the inherent computation capacity.