AB54: I, Terrorist
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For a given amount WHY DOES CULTURE INCREASE HUMAN ADAPTABILITY? 43 of time and effort, the better an individual’s initial guess, the better on average its ﬁnal performance. Now, imagine that the environment varies, so that different behaviors are optimal in different environments. Organisms who cannot imitate must start with whatever initial guess is provided by their genotype. They can then learn and improve their behavior. However, when they die, these improvements die with them, and their offspring must begin again at the genetically given initial guess.
When this probability is high, knowing the state of the environment in one generation tells little about the state of the environment in the next generation. In contrast, when the probability of switching is low, the environment in the next generation is likely to be the same as the environment this generation. There are two behaviors available to the organism: one best in wet conditions and the other in dry conditions. There also are two genotypes—learners and imitators. Learners ﬁgure out whether the current environment is wet or dry and always adopt the appropriate behavior.
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