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Can this be true..the ones who survive (and thrive) are "those most responsive to change" ?


Mr. Darwin, Charles to his friends, thought this to be so...He said it was not the strongest nor the most intelligent but the ones who were 'most responsvie to change' who would survive and and I would add, thrive.. He died in 1882 so these words were said some time before that. Do they still hold true today? Do you think they were ever true??

 

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    Thomas Swan 4 years ago

    Good point. You could say that foxes are stronger and more intelligent than rabbits, but rabbits adapted by increasing their rate of reproduction. All strength and intelligence comes from adaptive change too. It's all secondary.


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