Environmental parameters around Biological Systems activate and modify Primary Instincts in Biological Systems through the process of evolution. Modified Primary Instinct calls Secondary Instinct for providing feedback and addressing performances. Eventually, modified Primary Instinct turns an open loop mode. The Secondary Instinct provides predictable performance, fulfill criteria for Primary Instinct, and switch to close loop mode. Sometimes predictable performance does not meet certain criteria for Primary Instinct; therefore, turns open loop mode again. Primary Instinct calls Secondary Instinct for further feedback. The Secondary Instinct activates other associated Primary Instincts, track matching criteria for providing predictable performance, and switches a closed loop mode. Active associated Primary Instincts can modify social behaviors on the evolutionary path of system performances. The modification on associated Primary Instincts is hidden and it leads to multiple complexities both for Biological Systems and Non-Biological Systems.
Associated Primary Instincts can create general social tendency in Non-biological Systems.
Number of open loop cycles, heavy and prolonged period of loop cycles, and relevant parameters among open loop cycles can reveal breakdown potential character type among Biological Systems.