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Introducing a Theory of Neutrosophic Evolution: Degrees of Evolution, Indeterminacy, and Involution

Authors: Florentin Smarandache

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.

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