Ideas are perishable. When they genuinely die, they are forgotten and unmourned. Although it is more difficult to kill ideas than it is to kill people, some just die in the end.One common misconception is that good ideas bubble up to the surface are the most adapted to its environment over time. Natural selection is a process, not a conscious power, therefore nature isn’t actually’selecting’ anything.There are several reasons why we may not always produce a “perfect” answer. To begin with, ideas can only work on the a variety that is already present. If there is no variants available, a society cannot evolve to sprint faster.Second, the body politic must make do with the resources it presently has. It can’t create something out of nothing, which is why utopias don’t workR-Evolution also needs to deal with developmental patterns left over from distant relatives, and the outcomes can be bizarre.Some non-adaptive or even harmful ideas, for example, may be found on the same DNA strand as a helpful variant. A non-adaptive idea can swiftly propagate throughout a population by riding on the same DNA strand as the beneficial variation.Furthermore, certain characteristics may simply be a consequence of chance, spreading via ‘drift.’ An idea can be vulnerable to copying mistakes. Some of these subideas will be detrimental, and most likely die.Good, neutral or bad, the majority will become extinct, but a few will spread especially in small populations, due to the large number of ideations that occur in each generation.Now, idea fixation in a population happens when all other potential variants are lost for all time, leaving just one idea to pass on to future generations.Edge your bets1 successful idea pays for the development of other 9 ideas.Not 1 idea fits everythingTBTF failure would be disastrous to the greater system,You can follow @BravoJohnson5.Share this threadBookmarkFacebookLinkedInTwitter____Tip: mention @threader_app on a Twitter thread with the keyword “compile” to get a link to it. (Source: