#9 “Oh no. That is not all.”

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. . . e – having the tendency to change problems
adaptive – having the tendency to change when confronted with a problem
disruptive – having the tendency to adapt by becoming destructive
versatile – having many ways to adapt
predictive – having the tendency to accurately expect future world states
resilient – having the tendency to overcome immediate failure
cooperative – having the tendency to organize one’s change with regard to others’ behavior
intelligent – having the tendency to accurately select appropriate adaptation to solve problems
deceptive – having the tendency to control discovery
mimetic – having the tendency to model the behavior of the world around you
parasitic – having the tendency to acquire or use the resources of others
reactive – having the tendency to change quickly
perceptive – having the tendency to discover
sensitive – having the ability to discover and distinguish many different states
efficient – having the tendency to conserve resources
elite – having the tendency to incorporate greater complexity or development than others
critical – having the tendency to distinguish salient information
robust – having the tendency to withstand disruptive action
communicative – having the tendency to . . .

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