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Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2017

Abstract

During the process of adaptation of a being (plant, animal, or human), to a new environment or conditions, the being partially evolves, partially devolves (degenerates), and partially is indeterminate i.e. neither evolving nor devolving, therefore unchanged (neutral), or the change is unclear, ambiguous, vague, as in neutrosophic logic. Thank to adaptation, one therefore has: evolution, involution, and indeterminacy (or neutrality), each one of these three neutrosophic components in some degree. The degrees of evolution/indeterminacy/involution are referred to both: the structure of the being (its body parts), and functionality of the being (functionality of each part, or inter-functionality of the parts among each other, or functionality of the being as a whole). We therefore introduce now for the first time the Neutrosophic Theory of Evolution, Involution, and Indeterminacy (or Neutrality).

Publication Title

Progress in Physics

Volume

13

Issue

2

First Page

130

Last Page

135

Language (ISO)

English

Keywords

Darwin's Theory of Evolution, Neutrosophic Theory of Evolution, Degree of Evolution, Degree of Neutrality or Indeterminacy, Degree of Involution

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