Organisms (antifragile): use it or lose it.
But why do Antifragile things die if they don’t receive stressors over time?
Antifragility is available / unused capacity for adaptation. Something evolved to be good enough even with uncertainty about the environment.
Disadvantage: stressors (triggers for growth) are a necessary input, just as important as energy.
Because muscles require energy to be kept alive, and they are a disadvantage into a famine environment.
Lack of stressors likely signals a lack of opportunities to convert work into food (eg nonpray to hunt) and therefore signals a famine
(Because it is given the opportunity to adapt to a subset of the current environment, and therefore becomes move vulnerable to be destroyed by any changes of it).
Examples: some companies which went bankrupt, some lay-offs, etc.
Move something made in a static environment to a dynamic one and it will die.
Move something made in a dynamic environment to a static one and it will die.
Most academic theories are an example of the former, people are an example of the latter.