Posted by Judd Bagley on
May 2, 2020
Posted By: Judd Bagley

So many of life's great leaps forward happen in the wake of profound disruption. For example, the fossil record regularly shows an explosion of new species shortly (in geologic terms) after evidence of violent asteroid impacts. Simply put, disruptive events alter the environment in ways that challenge incumbents, open up new niches and force all participants to innovate in ways that have enormous long-term ramifications. 

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