A species or sub species that doesn’t have in group preference will be replaced by those that do.
Doesn't apply to inanimate objects. Therefore not a fundamental law.
It applies to all life and is thus a Natural Law. I should have be clearer as stated.
The struggle isn’t about not dying its about elevation, evolution, transformation
Elevation means creating the best possible surrounding for us to strive under, which brings me to the meaning of life "creation in accordance to the laws of nature for the benefit of all" because that's benefiting us in return out of which we become "better". Evolution is corrupted term, it needs to be adaptation, which is the means to survive. And transformation…are we robots in disguise, user? What do we transform into?
Evolution is a process of transformation: Cutting away that which is weak and selecting that which is strong based on the prevailing ecology. Struggle is the basic mechanism involved and is also personal eg: Pushing through limitations to find new strength for instance.
I see the error here etc…
Just look at the jews and tell me where you see strength and fitness? Maybe neck-muscles from lifting these huge hook noses?
The ecology of the jew or at least the one in which they have been most successful is white civilisation. The jew is a parasite and we are their ecology. Their strengths are deceit, nepotism & verbal IQ.
The will to live only has meaning because of death.
Birth came before death, therefore there's a time frame where death wasn't comprehended by the will, which makes "will" a believe, a lie. The struggle is not a will, it's a demand.
they are aimed at us but the principles remain universal
It specifically applies to living creatures
Stones can take care of themselves.
You just contradicted yourself. Let me give you another viewpoint, this time fundamental for all. The most fundamental natural law "to be or not to be" that is the rule of existence and it gives everything that exists two barriers in which to operate (exist) in. These are the beginning and the end or birth and death for everything alive. So even an inanimate object operates under these rules, because it has a beginning, an end, and it exists in the middle. That is what a natural law is, a fundamental rule of existence.
I was referring specifically to living creatures. Rocks don’t need in group preference to endure. In group preference applies to life specifically but is universal within that framework.
to create things that don't exist
That would mean out of nothing which is impossible. The natural law behind this is "the sum of all things". Inside this ecosystem everything already exists, but most wasn't created YET. It exists in either it's core materials or as knowledge not yet found. Let's take a baby that wasn't conceived as an example…all the core parts, which is everything inside the ecosystem, are already here including the knowledge on how to make it. It's only a matter of time for it to happen. the materials may change, but the baby will happen. That's why we cannot create out of nothing, because everything is already here, inside this ecosystem. When you have a new idea, then it doesn't come from nothing, but from the influences you gathered all around you. "the sum of all things" is creation.
I mean didn’t previously exist through the direct mechanism of Natural law. Awareness made them.
things that shouldn’t exist because they are perversions
That adaptation to the negative side…corruption.
And even try to create things that cant exist
you based that on morals, as in it's against the norm, therefore bad.
Marxism assumes absolute blank slate equality to become plausible. Thus it cannot exist.
you made that up in your head based on your knowledge about squares and circles, therefore you are trying to make someone prove an impossibility.
The squircle thing is an old one. Its a simple demonstration that reality isn’t just whatever you want. reality has a structure: Natural Law.
That's an assumption on your part (hedonism), but I would fall for that one too.
It was a flippant comment that may well be true.
Laws of reality and internalize them as a code of conduct
We were given a tool to comprehend this world (consciousness) and a compass to navigate etc… therefore morality can't be fixed.
They are fixed. eg: The principle of the selection of the fittest is permanent and thus a Natural law. Specifically for life, but still a universal law within that.
What other code of conduct could there possibly be?
Again, use the term "common sense" etc…
Its not really common. It requires a degree of insight into life & the universe that goes beyond that. It not really abstract but common sense is too vague. Natural Law or Logos, most relevantly as it applies to life, is a pretty good term.