Unraveling the Mystery of Sex Ratio: A Theological Perspective.

It is interesting to note that the sex ratio tends to converge towards a consistent balance of around 1.05 male births to every female birth over the long term, as if there is an overseer of sorts. Now the common thinking in biology is that this is due to a complex interplay of biological, social, and environmental factors, such as differences in mortality rates, migration patterns, and cultural norms regarding family size. However, this does not explain why the ratio remains pretty much 50/50 constantly even after significant events of ignorance commonly known as wars which tend to decrease the male population. In this case, allow me to explain it theologically. The logos is one, but since it is not good to be alone, the logos manifests itself as man and as woman so as not to be alone. When there is an imbalance, the logos will automaticallly re-balance itself according to its fundamental purpose which is to be able to love and be loved. In other words.
We are the logos and the purpose of the logos is love.
~ Wald Wassermann