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posted Sep 29, 2010, 6:46 PM by Aadhavan Kumaran
It is survival of the fittest, that shaped evolution, according to Darwin.   This has been ingrained into many of us from our school days.  But new studies are suggesting that the availability of living space could have greater influence.  When birds reached the sky, this new space gave evolution a leap.  When Dinosaurs died out, the new space gave mammals a chance to flourish.  It is an interesting outlook.

The same ideas of competition and space influence our decision in different walks of life.  Some believe a highly competitive school produces smart kids.  Keeping one fully engaged, makes them smarter.  While some see having space gives room for new ideas and help them think out of the box.  Many learning techniques, suggest spaced and comfortable learning, helps learn faster and with confidence.

Looks like for our thinking to evolve on this subject we need space