Dirksen, senior ICT emergency coordinator of FITTEST
, was injured in 2003 while deployed in Baghdad when a suicide bomber drove a truck full of explosives to the UN headquarters that killed 22 humanitarians.
Athletes perform lifts during the Fittest
2018 Crossfit Championship at the Tent City of the Manila hotel, Saturday.
For the higher complexity K = 8 landscape (Figure 4(b)) the optima group, displayed as red points, show no correlation between fitness of an optimum and its distance from the fittest
Man is a real action man and has been from a young age thanks to a love of kite surfing squash, cycling and competing in triathlons.
become the "fittest
" through development of new products and services that enlighten your customers, reduction of operational costs, improving customer satisfaction and employee engagement, and to see your revenues and margins increase steadily.
Looking my way, she said, "That does it, I've got to say something." Addressing everyone, she broke in with, "Excuse me, but Darwin did not coin the phrase "survival of the fittest
," Herbert Spencer introduced it.
"I'm not a million miles away from being the fittest
I've ever been," said the Yorkshireman.
HERBERT SPENCER (1820-1903) is credited with inventing the phrase, "survival of the fittest
Frannie is in the running--literally--for the title of America's Fittest
Our stories are based on the philosophy of "survival of the fittest
": The fittest
are the richest and have the right to own it all.
THE MAKING OF THE FITTEST
: DNA AND THE ULTIMATE FORENSIC RECORD OF EVOLUTION explores a different dimension of DNA: as a record of how species adapt and change.
A measure of his enduring influence is that his notion of the "survival of the fittest
" remains an important part of our social lexicon (the phrase was coined by Spencer, not Charles Darwin).