We learn new ways of doing things…more times than not, better ways.
We adapted so well that we now adapt the things we adapted — a strange mental and biological origami move that we will never stop…everything folding in and over on itself until new forms emerge.
So, with this in mind, this week the upright(ish)-striding Gorillamen talk about adaptations in many various forms…
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We kick it off talking about the first things we remember adapting to…before moving on to how well we adapt to change (and what’s been the hardest things we’ve had to adapt to in life).
Next: people often fume about adaptations of entertainment — like books to movies. We discuss adaptations better than their original material, our favorite adaptations…and the worst. We also take some time to talk about something we’d love to see adapted from one thing to another.
Find out what animal adaptation we’d take…and how well we believe we — as a species — have adapted to technology.
We get a bit more serious in discussing if we think there will ever be a point at which we will all adapt to changes in climate, hatred, and other things that ail us as a species.
Then, we devote a bit of time after that to how well we think humans have adapted to growing as a species…and if we’re ready to adapt to life deeper in space.
And we wrap it all up in the future, wondering if we’re ready for all it holds.