Inspired by the approach to nature observation slowly developed by natural scientists throughout history, he established four types of adaptation used to examine and comprehend situations by looking at events from the perspectives of time and space.
Evolution Thinking uses the following four adaptive methods: "anatomy" to understand internal components, "ecosystem" to understand the external environment, "lineage" to go back in time and decipher evolutionary lineage, and "prediction" to look at the future using forecasting and backcasting. He calls it time-space learning. By combining these methods and analyzing things from both time and space perspectives, you are able to understand the selection pressures of society and select for strong ideas to respond to them.
Evolution Thinking goes back and forth between mutation and adaptation following these patterns to create long living, creating concepts.