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18 Feb 2021
Manahel Thabet

The Scientific Genius: Manahel Thabet

Introduction

 Prof. Manahel Tabet has a World Genius Directory listed IQ of 164, and was named the original Genius of the Year representing Asia in 2013. Thabet is world-famous for having made fundamental contributions in the fields of Quantum Mathematics, and Financial Engineering; hence, we give her the title, “The Scientific Genius.”

Early Development Born:

 Aden, Yemen, on October 14, 1981. Personality Traits: As a child, Thabet had delayed speech development. A speech therapist advised her family to have her intelligence tested, and at seven years old, she was identified as gifted. She has also recently disclosed that she also struggles with Aspergers, which is an autism spectrum disorder.

Education:

● Ph.D. in Financial Engineering (2008)

● Ph.D. in Quantum Mathematics (2012)

Professional Achievements

Currently, the Founder and President of SmartTips Consultants in Dubai, a premier provider for tools and techniques to grow businesses on a global scale. Thabet is also the President The World IQ Foundation, Vice President of the World Intelligence Network (WIN), Deputy Director of the Institute for Brain Chemistry and Human Nutrition, and Vice-Chancellor of The Gifted Academy. A talented leader who can be called polymath. Thabet is involved as a successful leader in numerous organizations that connect science, knowledge, and business in the global arena. As a leading voice on numerous topics, Thabet has published articles on topics of financial engineering, knowledge based economy, quantum mathematics, quantum neurology, and the quantum brain. Her work and expert opinions have been featured in several leading publications both nationally and around the world, and she is often sought out as a subject matter expert in these areas. For her leadership, inspiration, and contributions to the sciences and business, Prof. Thabet has been the recipient of numerous awards and recognitions, which include Freedom of the City of London, Brain of the Year Award, Guinness World Record in mind ability, Middle East Achievement Awards in Science, Prosperity Foundation Awards, and Genius of the Year. She has been listed amongst the most powerful 500 Arabs in the world and the 100 most powerful women in the Middle East and was included on the BBC’s list of the 100 most inspirational women across the globe. Her accomplishments and professional record are unmatched by others in her field, and her societal contributions have withstood the test of time and brought about positive, systemic global change. Prof. Mahanel Thabet has influenced the lives of many with her work, and she has managed to create an impact not just in her native nation, but across the globe while continuing to make great strides in the global arena for all. Thabet founded and led a mind ability enhancement center called Think Hub, believing that human capital is the future asset.

High-IQ Achievements

Until recently, few knew about Manahel’s struggle with autism spectrum Aspergers, and how she defeated all odds. Prof. Manahel Thabet is ranked amongst the thirty smartest people alive and has held the world record in 2013 for the highest IQ as a woman. A passionate leader and inspirational voice for several matters, including Gifted individuals, women in STEM and mental abilities, Prof. Thabet currently serves in leadership roles for several international organizations and groups that include SmartTips Consultants, The Think Hub, IBCHN, and World IQ Foundation. Manahel Thabet, ranked amongst the smartest women in the world, is an inspirational Arab “self made” Leader, intellectual activist, and business entrepreneur. Prof. Thabet serves in a leadership capacity and advisory boards for several of the world’s most prominent global organizations and groups, including foremost organizations for high IQ individuals, governments, research, and business. A new face for the small- and medium-scale enterprises in the GCC countries. Thabet brings a clear vision and great perseverance to her global perspective and has introduced herself to new height while continuing to push individuals and corporate organizations forward.

Genius Pro Mundo Statement

“Although intellectuals are enlightened, the majority strive and always search for learning new things or reading about new subjects to constantly widening their horizons. Intellects always work for the enbetterment from within and many example had proved intellects also worry to em better others as well; either the less unfortunate or other fellow intellects. “Strive” is a key work in the well being of every intellect, it is the fuel that keeps the engine going. In the Middle East, especially, we need to highlight and improve gifted children exploration and education, we should also encourage critical thinking and problem-solving methods. If we could wish one thing upon the intellects of their, what is that? I wish that intellects around the world could join their thoughts, ideas and actions to at least send some Light across to the world. If they can help or assist even one person out there through that, it would be a nice wish come true. We should work together for the betterment of Humanity.”

-Prof. Manahel Thabet

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17 Feb 2021
Psychometric Test in Dubai

A Psychometric Test in Dubai

During the early part of the 21st century, the preference for using psychometric tests during many organizational functions was on the increase, as substantiated by Alison Wolf and Andrew Jenkins in their article The Growth of Psychometric Testing for Selection: Why has test use increased, will growth continue and what does this mean for Education? (2002). As such, this aligned with the development of Dubai, and, as the city expanded, immense investment was rightly deemed important for making Dubai a modern, efficient city, with a robust infrastructure.

By early April 2016, Bek Frith was also writing in HR Magazine about the increase in confidence allied with utilizing psychometric assessments, though the total number of tests undertaken diminished a little from 2012 to 2016. At this time, the degree of confidence also varied according to nationality, the nationals who placed the most confidence in psychometric tests were those from the Czech Republic – 97% of Czechs said that the tests resulted in fairer, more reliable results. Germans, however, were more skeptical, with only 30% stating trust in the results.

Of course, the chance of finding a psychometric test in Dubai also follows the trend, and the use of a psychometric test in Dubai is on the increase. Many people have been taken on by organizations across all sectors of the marketplace in Dubai based on psychometric test results, and the notion of using a psychometric test in Dubai appears to fit in well with the zeitgeist – the ‘spirit of the times.”

This will be more and more prevalent as the economic recovery continues during the 2020s, a decade which has already proven difficult for a variety of reasons. When a psychometric test in Dubai can be more than just a box ticking exercise, as noted by Nada Osama in Business magazine, 17th May 2018, it bodes well for improving talent identification and areas for personnel development.

The fundamental aspect of any list, of course, is that it is useful. This is especially true of a list associated with performing a psychometric test in Dubai – or, indeed, anywhere. As Nada Osama also notes, the implementation of psychometric tests involves well defined goals. In short, what does an organization in Dubai require from psychometric testing? Do you want to identify new leadership potential? Do you plan to improve the overall level of competence within the company, in-line with the fast pace of change that is going on in Dubai?

All the above involves the evaluation and implementation of each psychometric test in Dubai by professionals who are competent at interpreting each of the many tests that are available. As such, it is important to have qualified personnel who have taken the requisite courses in, for example, The Thomas Solutions, the Hogan assessments, the Saville WAVE questionnaires, the NEO Pi-3 and the EQ-i-2.0 assessments, to name just a few.

To explain a little the names and numbers that have just been quoted, the Thomas Solutions (as that organization expresses its psychometric tests) cover a wide range of areas, for example, the General Intelligence Assessment (GIA) gives results about cognitive abilities, the Personal Profile Assessment (PPA), analyses personality, the TEIQue, is oriented towards Emotional Intelligence – its full name being the Trait Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire. There is also the High Potential Trait Indicator (HPTI), a relatively recent assessment development which identifies potential within the individual, especially high potential for leadership. Such a psychometric test in Dubai is useful because Dubai has ambitions to expand its horizons, horizons recently and, literally, expanded via the UAE’s Hope Probe, which is now circumnavigating the planet Mars.

The Hogan assessments give insights into the ‘bright side’ of personality, when the participant is calm and relaxed. Hogan assessments also give a view about the ‘dark side’, which is more about identifying talents and strengths, but often ones which can ‘derail’ the participant from achieving fully because the strengths need to be managed carefully and astutely. This kind of self-knowledge is extremely useful for people to know about and reflect upon. The Hogan assessments also analyse values that individuals and groups have, which can make for useful reflection, then open opportunities for development.

The Saville WAVE questionnaires are highly detailed assessments which analyse personality and give data on the process of the assessment too. It is also popular as a 360-degree assessment, meaning that a group of colleagues can give feedback about the assessment taker and a broader view can be obtained via that process.

Another psychometric test in Dubai that is proving popular is called the NEO Pi-3, a test based closely on the Big Five Personality Traits, which are the most prominent traits identified in the world of psychology for describing personality. Backed by decades of research and refined theories of personality, the NEO Pi-3 is the latest in a line of assessments of personality which are worth investigating fully.

Another assessment that has a substantial basis in research is the EQ-i-2.0, which is the latest version of an assessment of Emotional Intelligence. How people react emotionally in various work scenarios and how well emotional responses are managed, both by the individual and those around them, can make for significant improvements at work, especially when considering teamwork and team building.

Furthermore, there are world-class organizations that evaluate, and only propose, the use of psychometric tests that have met rigorous standards for reliability and validity. As a recap, reliability means that the psychometric test consistently records results about what it is set to evaluate, within narrow parameters of accuracy. Validity, however, means that the psychometric test renders precise results about what it is intended to test, and that these results are backed scientifically. Examples of the organizations that provide the benchmarks for standards in testing are the British Psychological Society and the American Psychological Association. Hence, it is vital that reviewing any psychometric test in Dubai involves acknowledging the approval and standards imposed by professional societies. Professional assistance and advice will also help while making a list of prerequisites for the testing regime that finds optimal solutions and results.

These professional psychological organizations also have rigorous standards for the attainment of qualifications for assessing people, standards for psychometric tests in Dubai also reflecting the city’s desire for high quality attainment, with the appropriate certification within its organizations and social entities. Personnel who have the British Psychological Society Assessor qualification at Levels A and B have displayed and been tested to a high standard to achieve that qualification. It is important for prospective clients who want expert advice and guidance during the administration of assessments to recognize what that qualification brings with it.

Another aspect to running a psychometric test in Dubai is the reassurance of appropriate benchmarking of the results. This means that the results and associated data are comparing like-with-like, so the populace of Dubai is compared amongst itself. Basically, to find the best within Dubai, it is significant if you are appropriately comparing people within Dubai, not utilizing data that comes from a distant city where circumstances and required capacities, for example, are vastly different. Such benchmarking comes from many years of compiling data and analyzing it expertly to see trends and areas that are developing or require further development. The data can also be interpreted well so that future trends can be predicted wisely.

Importantly, this last point aligns the taking of a psychometric test in Dubai with the forward-thinking, adaptive, and innovative mindset that Dubai is forever developing. In a speech about innovation back in 2015, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates, and Leader of Dubai, said that organizations need to ‘innovate or stagnate’. The rate of technological change, as indicated, for example, by Moore’s Law – which prognosticates that the density of semiconductor integrated circuits which can be economically constructed doubles every two years – is also making a truly predictive psychometric test in Dubai have immense value to any organization. With a hint of irony too, it is predicted that Moore’s Law will cease by 2022, any exponential growth inevitably diminishing.

As a summary, then, conducting a psychometric test in Dubai is an important aspect to organizational life that is destined to feature more and more as the century and the city move forward, the working life of most people changing rapidly, yet, with vigilance, and the appropriation of skills and abilities, plus the development of human potential, each psychometric test in Dubai can contribute to a brighter future.

15 Feb 2021

SMART and Psychometric Assessments

SMART is an acronym that is often used to gauge, and guide, aspects to business, especially project management. SMART is, in effect, a series of goals placed within a neat arrangement of letters for simplicity of remembering. So, SMART is a mnemonic.

The word ‘Mnemonic’ may be a new word for you. Like in many words of Greek origin, the first letter (‘m’) is silent. Psychometric is another word of Greek origin, so the ‘p’ is also written, but without the familiar plosive (‘p’) sound. So, having got the more awkward pronunciation and writing issues out of the way, let us concentrate on SMART and psychometric assessments.

SMART is short for Specific, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, Time-based.

Why SMART and Psychometric Assessments?

As noted above, the ‘S’ in SMART is about being specific. Psychometrics and SMART is therefore about being ever more precise about specific aspects measured about human abilities, traits, capabilities and potential. Modern psychometric assessments cover personality, emotional intelligence, cognitive abilities (including IQ) and the potential that people display or have within them. Potential can be revealed in the areas of leadership, team working and team building. More about that later.

SMART being allied to psychometric assessments also tunes-in well because of the subdivision of results, what are often called psychometric factors, or scales. These give specific details about the person who has taken the assessment. Often the factors, or scales, have other, even more specific subcategories. An example of this is in the Hogan Leadership Forecast Report, part of the Hogan Personality Inventory, which includes results on the Learning Approach of the participant.  Learning Approach is one of seven scales. In total, these seven scales are: adjustment, ambition, sociability, interpersonal sensitivity, prudence, inquisitive[ness], and Learning Approach. Learning approach becomes more specific via results for Education, Math[s] Ability, Good Memory and Reading – the subscales.

The ‘M’ in SMART is for measurable. SMART, in psychometrics, is about measurement at a fundamental level, the measurement of the psyche being part of the origin of the word ‘psychometrics’. Producing more objective data about people, especially for recruitment purposes, is a major step forward, rather than just relying on older, more traditional (and less precise) methods, such as interviewing and reviewing CVs.

Interviewing gains a result within a few seconds, according to research, the remainder of the interview consisting of the interviewer seeking conformation in their mind about the initial impression, hence, about their decision. It is prone to a considerable set of biases as a result, ones which are difficult to verify. The interviewee is, likewise, presenting an image and the person who is present at the interview cannot be evaluated easily for how they will perform whist doing the set job.

Looking at CVs is a time-consuming task, especially if the job is attractive and sought after by many people. CVs are like window shopping, the true substance of the person not coming through until much later, when, indeed, it may be too late to make well-informed, more rational decisions.

This leads to Attainable, which is the ‘A’ in SMART, and psychometric assessments assist in people reaching their recognized, attainable targets, and for expanding the horizon of what is attainable for them. Many people are surprised by what emerges from their psychometric analyses, so aligning SMART and psychometric assessment can be an exciting thing to do. It raises the bar to what is considered ‘attainable’, and, like a sport, can be both enjoyable and add a competitive edge (which can also be measured) so they make people adapt to improve their opportunities in life.

Humans love adapting to increase what is attainable, even if what evolves seems strange, even eccentric. To continue the sports analogy, one thinks of the Fosbury Flop, a seemingly bizarre way of trying to jump over a high bar. Dick Fosbury was regarded as an eccentric when he entered the Olympics in 1968, yet he emerged victorious, clutching a well-earned gold medal, and an almost mythical status as the sport took on his new technique. It is now the dominant method of high jumping and it shows, in physical terms, what some thought and invention can achieve.

The Knowledge Society alongside SMART and Psychometric Assessments

Society is changing rapidly and what you know is becoming ever more important, alongside what you can do. Knowledge is taking over as a resource, and the abilities that accompany knowledge can also grow throughout someone’s life. Though this has always been so, the kudos (and, indeed, the necessity of knowing, plus adapting) is getting more and more prevalent in society, especially in the work environment. Simpler tasks are being taken on by increasingly complex machines and robots, with AI and the Internet of Things, etc., gradually taking over in many spheres of work, and, moreover, in everyday domestic life.

SMART and psychometric assessments are therefore relevant to the world today and will become more and more so in the future. Hence, the ‘R’ in SMART is what is being discussed here because psychometric analyses are relevant to the world and we must apply the SMART approach. Relevant also applies to the people who are adapting to understand and hire the relevant people in the new, vastly different working world compared with just a few years ago.

SMART Psychometric Assessments, Communication and Understanding Across Generations

Another aspect to being relevant is understanding what ‘relevant’ means for different generations of people. Maintaining family unity and harmony has always been an issue, some families attaining it, some not. With the rapidly changing world as it is, the prospects for the future without the relevant understanding of generational differences and the requisite adaptations, could lead to bleak outcomes. The SMART psychometric assessment approach could hold some of the keys to keeping society sufficiently aligned and doing the relevant things for progress to be made.

Time-Specific Aspects to being SMART with Psychometric Assessments

The final ‘T’ of SMART is about being Time-specific. The psychometric assessment of cognitive abilities is usually time-specific, meaning that assessments have a specific time allotted to them, or the results are, in some ways, related to how much time is taken to complete them. In this sense, psychometric assessments parallel many aspects to the working world, where tasks are given out and a time frame attached to get the tasks completed.

SMART and Psychometric Assessments to Assist in Team Building

When many psychometric test results are brought together, covering the broad categories mentioned at the beginning of this article, that is, individual results for personality, emotional intelligence, cognitive abilities, and potential, they can formulate what is often termed a 360-degree assessment. The range of abilities will show variances in levels for most people across all the assessments, so there are further opportunities for applying the SMART approach. SMART and psychometric assessments also go hand in hand to produce a range of results for a team. Ideally, the team will be organized with results which make for an optimal approach to project management (for example). Each member of the team will, ideally, come as part of a complement – a complete set of abilities across the range of results produced by the assessments.

Additionally, SMART and the psychometric assessment approach identifies specifics, via measurement, to attain the goals of the team, allied with the relevant areas for improvement. The associated development programs can be time-specific to gauge the progress made, the ideal time-period for reassessment being around nine months. So, not only the team’s performance in job-related tasks can be monitored, but the abilities and overall development of the team’s individual and collective abilities can also be tracked.

As such, SMART and psychometric assessments assist in setting and adapting key performance indicators for individuals and for teams. This should be viewed positively and produce improved results over time. In the hugely competitive marketplace, and with government sectors facing both greater and more varied demands on them, any information gathered can make a vital difference which assists important elements of working life, such as adaptability and sustainability. The results are also in the form of data, so setting targets and reviewing results can have substance and meaning. With professional interpretation of what is produced, the way forward for an organization, including the way for the staff that make up its processes and behavior, can be decided upon. In that way, it is truly a smart approach.

09 Feb 2021
Manahel Thabet

Pioneer Probe

As the project of human civilization in the Arab world was dropping further, then on the verge of falling, there had to be a leading role in the Arab region; then there was a miracle, and the representations of this miracle were like the sight of someone who jumped from the top of a mountain slope, made his way to a plane, and then flew it high. It is the Emirates that created the miracle, flew high, and wrote and characterized civilizational leadership.

The civilized project adopted by the UAE since its inception has been to create what did not exist from the representations of modern civilization, in accordance with its new causes and data, as well as to develop what lives and exists by providing new sources and ideas, plus organizing work and resources to reach the project of civilization that we see today in the details of the UAE Renaissance.

The leadership which represents the UAE Renaissance can be clearly seen in its initiation of the cultural renaissance project at all levels and different contexts, and its introduction to the beginning of the road for others, the initiative of creative ideas, and the pioneering to plan projects based on innovative ideas, new ones, based on development, and risk, the last of which was its leadership of the Middle East space project by the “Probe of Hope” that conquered space and reached Mars, raised the UAE pioneers’ flag of the UAE leadership; this achievement, that will be immortalized in history on the red planet, and thus, the UAE has paved the way for everyone who will come later to the region.

Perhaps the most important achievement for the UAE is this success and leadership; it is the possession of the state with a clear and specific goal, and its possession of new opinions and ideas that always support the goal it is working on, and the clarity of vision through which it seeks to achieve its goals and strengthen itself, and support it with optimism and hope, to work to achieve those different goals, and this is clearly reflected, even in the name given to its space probe, the “Probe of Hope”.

The presence of a clear and planned vision of the ambitions that the UAE leadership has, enabled the UAE to turn its objectives into reality, as well as taking the lead, always achieving success, in addition to the ability of the UAE leadership to make different decisions, and the positive and orderly thinking it enjoys, which always make it the first pioneers, not only at the regional level, but globally.

The real leadership quality of the UAE is that it knows exactly how to turn its dreams into reality by devoting enough time and effort to them. The UAE’s cultural leadership project has 10 features: creativity, passion, enthusiasm, optimism, a focus on the future, the ability to convince, flexibility, intelligence, adventure, and firmness.

The success of the UAE is that it is not satisfied with things as they are; it has always been thinking out of the box, always looking for new opportunities to come up with creative solutions to problems; Emiratis love what they do, devote their full energy and effort to the civilization project that they founded, and they are ready to spend a long time and make a great effort to launch and manage their project to succeed, always looking for the bright side, and finding it, always.

They always focus on how to do things better and make the world a better place to live in. They do not live in the past; they do not focus on the negative, they always focus on the future.

They know exactly what they want, so they set themselves specific, smart goals, and then they do whatever it takes to achieve those goals; Emiratis can convince others of what they think, are able to adapt to unusual situations, are flexible, capable, and even willing to learn new things.

They are open to change and accept it in a spirit of sportsmanship; so long as it contributes to their success, they do not escape the challenges and obstacles, but face them. They are smart, and they benefit from everything they have, whether it is money, time or effort; everything they have goes according to a tight plan and for a specific goal; they plan well for the unknown, and therefore, they make the best decisions that serve them and their businesses; Emiratis know what to do, and they don’t hesitate to make decisions that make them successful; they don’t allow opportunities to get away from their hands; instead, they take them and end their duties; first and foremost, the Emiratis know very well that the real risk lies in not taking risks, and for all that, Emiratis are the pioneers. A tribute to the leadership and people of the UAE, and a blessing to the Arabs, the “probe of hope”, glory and leadership. And to talk the rest.

Author : Manahel Thabet
Published February 09, 2021
Al Bayan Newspaper

05 Feb 2021
Manahel Thabet

Digital World Utopia

Utopia refers to nowhere, or to the ideal fantasy place; it is a word used by many wise men and philosophers as a description of their perceptions of a world they dream of, or the world that they think should be, because, in their view, it is the ideal world that human society must continue, so thereby be full and proper, one to reach and be throughout history.

Many of these concepts emerged, most notably in the work “The Republic” by Plato”, in Aristotle’s “Politics”, then the book by Al-Farabi “The Views of the People of the Utopia”, the “Book of The City of God” by Saint Augustine; then John Milton’s “Paradise Lost”, “The City of the Sun” by Tommaso Campanella, and “Utopia” by Thomas More.

The importance of these works is not only that they are literary works, as some might imagine, but because they are the complete philosophical, social, political, and economic visions of their authors, ones which revolve in the orbit of what an ideal society should be, as well as its systems, government, and a way of life in detail; they are the writer’s artistic, moral, political, social, and economic system, customs, traditions, and other activities in social life. Nonetheless, all of these ‘YouTubes’ have not been able to materialize, and, fundamentally in the meantime, it has not been possible to make them.

Today, in the digital world, we observe the emissions of some of those philosophical visions and utopian concepts of the Muse of philosophers, those that stand out on the surface in a conflict with the concepts and values of evil, and what is interesting is that all of this happens within a purely economic cover.

Perhaps more clarity is needed: the utopian features of the digital world are reflected in those practices, initiatives and activities in all areas, whose aim is to promote society, whether scientific, humanitarian, or ethical, through the dissemination of contributions that benefit and promote society.

As well as in the virtual honouring of influential and creative figures in society; as well as in attempts to spread tranquillity by promoting a culture of love, tolerance, and peace among people, and so on, and in what we see every day in this digital world, the tools, means and vessels through which these practices are carried out to promote societies, both scientifically and creatively, are commercial tools and means, which are exploited freely and are widely accepted in social circles, and have a public advantage to exercise in return their advertising-based economic investments for companies and institutions of all kinds, forms and sizes, and works to promote their products through these tools and digital means, so the popularity advocated by Utopia and its prosperity, becomes conditional on these economies, and the existence of these digital means.

The effectiveness of the digital world is only a reflection of reality and social, political, and economic life, in which the impure, the innocent and the criminal are mixed with the bad, the good with the malicious, the good with evil, and the more flexible individuals who can achieve in this event.

To the extent that the effectiveness of the digital world eliminates the hierarchy of society, the centralities and barriers that characterize real-life – social life; to the more that it affects a society free of class diseases that have prevailed so much in past times, this society is no different from the old perceptions of utopia, which have only been attained in meaning. And to talk the rest.

Author : Manahel Thabet
Published February 05, 2021
Al Bayan Newspaper

03 Feb 2021
Manahel Thabet

The Hypothesis of Adaptation

Charles Darwin says: “It is not the strongest members of the species who survive, nor the smartest, but the most capable of adapting to changes.”


As in biology, within the world of economics, adaptation is a dynamic, experienced process, based on the practice of increasing human tolerance of changes in the work environment across several
stages.

What I want to offer here, i.e., economic acclimatization, can be defined as the process by which people adapt to change in the economic working environment, i.e., adapting to the variables in the working environment allows them to maintain balance across a range of working environment conditions.


It should be noted that there is a difference between the concept of adaptation and the practice of adaptation, which occurs in a short period of time, and gradually. Within human life itself, however, when comparing adaptation, it is a development that occurs over many generations.

Adaptation is a set of changes in physiological reactions that help human life outside of its practical habitat, and in bioscience, the same thing happens: humans who migrate, permanently, naturally adapt to their new environment through an increased development in the number of red blood cells to increase oxygen tolerance in the blood, in order to compensate for low levels of oxygen intake; there is, as well, different economic working environments that impose on humans’ adaptation to their data, helped by the physiological adaptation, plus interactions of characteristics and adaptability.

Adaptation is a set of evolutionary changes that are appropriate to natural environmental factors, just as the new Corona virus requires human adaptation in all its formalities in line with the data imposed by this pandemic at all levels and in various fields, primarily the economic field. And just as man adapted during the first economic change, in which he moved from the agricultural economic era to the industrial economic era, and then in the second change, from the industrial economy to the economy of offices and companies, and then the transition to the era in which we are talking about the importance of adapting to its data, which is the fourth economic era, the «economy of knowledge», noting that the process of adapting to every change and transition in the four economic times took place gradually because acclimatization assumes gradual progression as human temperature changes, yet, if it occurs suddenly, then the human loses the characteristic of adaptation, and can lose his life, unlike if that change occurs gradually, then the human being is able to coexist and adapt gradually until it becomes normal, and continue to adapt to the high altitude for months, or even years.

It ultimately allows humans to survive in an environment that could kill them, if they are suddenly changed. Just as it happens in botany,
many plants, such as maple trees, irises, and tomatoes, can survive if the temperature gradually decreases less and less every night over days or weeks. The same decline may kill them if it happens suddenly. Studies have shown that tomato plants, which adapted to a higher temperature over several days, were more efficient in photosynthesis at relatively high temperatures than plants that were not allowed to adapt. People adapt to work environment conditions, and they change things like gaining greater flexibility in their dealings.

In the animal world, some sheep grow very thick wool in cold climates, fish have the ability to adjust their temperature to match the water temperature, and tropical fish sold in pet stores, often remain because they have the ability to adapt.


Therefore, the condition of adaptation will always be the gradual change, both in the working environment of the human being, and in the natural environment. And to talk the rest.

Author : Manahel Thabet
Published February 26, 2021
Al Bayan Newspaper