Adaptation  - Adaptation - Change In Parts, Adjustment - Change In Processes
Adjustments, Adaptations, and Chainsaws.  Adjustment is the changing of a process with a system.  Adaptation is the changing of a part of a system.  Non-living systems are parts and processes connected in such highly ordered ways that as energy is added, they move and do a task.  Living systems can repeat themselves as energy is added.  Chainsaws are non-living systems that cut trees and other substances.  Saws are adapted to different task by changing parts.  Saws are adjusted to change speed of chain and idle.  Felling large trees, adaptation of the saw as a larger bar is needed.  Dissections of trees, power and low rakers needed.  Adaptation as a different chain needed.

See "adjustments".

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