An Invitation to Be Curious, Learn, and Adapt

  • Scope the problem.
  • Discover solutions by asking nature how other organisms, processes, and systems have solved similar problems.
  • Create ideas for an application and test.
  • Iterate and go back through the steps as needed.
  • Evaluate how well the solution works to solve the defined problem, while also creating opportunities to support the environment in which it is conceived, used, and eventually retired.

Does the solution create conditions conducive to Life just as nature does?

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