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Similar empirical patterns of behavior are found in seemingly very different fields which once put together account for a « big history » approach of aging and evolution. It is shown that known curves for the creep of metals, the reliability of industrial systems, the mortality and survival of biological entities, learning, the general adaptation syndrome, (neo-)Darwinian evolution and the expansion of the universe can be compared and allow to conceive a general adaptation framework of complexdoi:10.22339/jbh.v2i2.2303 fatcat:cwc6xx625fbtre7zx4o63cwfke