A state in which gravity is reduced to virtually negligible levels. For example, when an object is in free fall, it experiences microgravity. It is deleterious to baseline physiology, but space-adapted tweaks can survive a microgravity environment indefinitely.
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    [1] (archaic) A common early term for Space Adapted Humans, still used by some descendants of the original clade.
    [2] (Integration period) A term for vacuum adapted tweaks, now rarely used.
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Text by M. Alan Kazlev
Initially published on 08 December 2001.