A theory very often advanced by college-aged persons when confronted about binge drinking.

The basic premise of cellular darwinism is that high concentrations of alcohol merely kill off the weak brain or liver cells, leaving the strong ones to thrive.

In rare cases, persons advancing this theory will come up with definitive proofs of the veracity of this theory, usually by producing tests taken after varying degrees of alcoholic consumption.

The major problem with this theory, of course, is that adult brain cells don't reproduce, leaving the strong survivor cells to thrive without any hope of improving the whole brain with their daughters. More proof that binge drinking is itself a form of Darwinism.

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