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Evan was deeply disturbed by the deplorable condition of humanity. Adaptation was key. The phenomenon of adaptation is characterized by discernible patterns. When confronted with a novel or modified milieu, an individual may either successfully adapt and persevere, or succumb to psychological distress and retreat from the challenge of confronting unfamiliar circumstances. Evan experienced disillusion, yet he was not deceived. He was cognizant that the panorama exhibited in front of him was a mere contrivance. It was simply a three-dimensional holographic projection, projected in space to simulate the impression of a palpable actuality. read more

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