What species on earth doesn't have self-organizations

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In summary, self-organization is the natural process by which a system organizes itself without external influence. It is present in all living organisms and contributes to their survival and evolution. It can also occur in non-living systems and cannot be controlled or manipulated by external factors, though they can influence its parameters.
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may I ask what species on Earth doesn't have self-organizations ?
Second, what does self-organization contribute to the evolution of life on Earth ?

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Meaning what precisely with term "self-organization"?
 
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I'm not sure either :confused:
 
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He means social culture, Monique. Raymond Cattell wrote about the interacting evolutions of social culture and biology in his two Beyondism books. Much of the first Beyondism books can be read online here:
http://www.efn.org/~callen/ToC.htm
 

Related to What species on earth doesn't have self-organizations

1. What is self-organization and why is it important?

Self-organization is the process by which a system or entity organizes itself without external influence. It is important because it allows for efficient and adaptive behavior in complex systems, such as ecosystems or social groups.

2. Are there any known species on earth that do not exhibit self-organization?

No, all living organisms on earth exhibit some level of self-organization, whether it is at the cellular, individual, or group level. In fact, self-organization is a fundamental characteristic of life.

3. How does self-organization contribute to the survival and evolution of a species?

Self-organization allows for adaptability and resilience in changing environments, which is crucial for the survival and evolution of a species. It also promotes cooperation and coordination within a species, leading to increased chances of survival and reproductive success.

4. Can self-organization be observed in non-living systems?

Yes, self-organization can also occur in non-living systems, such as physical and chemical systems. Examples include the formation of snowflakes, the movement of sand dunes, and the development of patterns in chemical reactions.

5. Can self-organization be controlled or manipulated by external factors?

Self-organization is a natural process and cannot be controlled or manipulated by external factors. However, external factors can influence the parameters of self-organization, such as resource availability, environmental conditions, and genetic traits.

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