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The even darker side of smart is that competition doesn’t just select an ability to manipulate but also an adaptive ability to be unpredictable.

The Dark Side of Smart - Facts So RomanticDiana FleischmanSeptember 15, 2020Nautilus

Their specificity is related to their long-lasting effects, because vaccines engage the adaptive branch of the immune system — the B and T lymphocytes and antibodies that recognize a given pathogen.

Many of the gene losses involved traits that the animals no longer needed, but Hiller proposes that at least one loss was adaptive.

There’s also a clever adaptive-suspension system, which uses a dozen sensors to scan the road then instantly make adjustments so the Aviator can glide smoothly over potholes.

In A Grand Journey, from Après Visuals, we get an intimate look into this adaptive athlete’s unique path to the summit.

More diverse and inclusive companies are better positioned to create more effective and adaptive teams.

You can create a separate mobile version or use an adaptive design of your main site.

Second, dysfunction of the RAS and innate and adaptive immune system may alter host innate immunity to promote abnormal inflammatory responses.

Abnormalities in the adaptive immune response may cause the immune system to attack its own cells and tissue by causing cytokines to go awry.

Even in its present fully-formed condition it is fairly questionable whether it is of any adaptive value at all.


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