Definition of Adaptivity
a•dap tive•ness or ad ap•tiv i•ty ( ad p-t v -ty ) KEY (Noun)
1. Readily capable of adapting or of being adapted: an adaptive worker; adaptive clothing for children with special needs.
2. Capable of adapting or being adapted: adaptable, adjustable, elastic, flexible, malleable, pliable, pliant, supple. See CHANGE
3. To change something, oneself, to fit new circumstances, etc; to make something suitable for a new purpose.
4. To alter or modify something...especially as it relates physiologies and the environment.
5.An obvious biological process that has been largely ignored by the scientific community for the past 100 years;
6. Is often accepted and denied at the same time in an attempt to confuse and disorient the masses.
5. Can quickly lead to new phenotypic changes in animals…ie…color, shape, structure, and more can all be quickly modified; Can give the illusion of evolution.
6. Has the unique ability of completely overthrowing and dismantling a scientific theory that has completely brainwashed a large segment society and led to mass depression, disappointment and disillusionment.
7. Inspired Charles Darwin to write “The Origins of Species” in an attempt to get around it. Has likewise inspired many others to dedicate their lives and write literally millions of pages of convoluted nonsense in order to get around it.
8. Has been denied and ignored by teachers and other assorted intellectuals, especially as it relates to evolution.
6. Ignorance of contributes to wide-spread conspiracy and brain-rot in the scientific community and general public.
7. Has the ability to break hearts and bring chaos into the disillusioned upon discovery.
8. Gives empowerment to the uneducated; Makes impotent the intellectually superior.
9. Embarrasses, harasses, utterly humiliates some; Soothes others.
10. Changes lives.
11. Makes suitable for a new purpose.
12. Can bring about process of change; can cast away old.
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