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Saturday, February 2, 2008


As the organism grows and learns, so do its biomolecules, adjusting at the fundamental level to its behaviour and interaction with the environment.

Thus the proto-bird flaps its proto-wings to help speed it from a predator, and its molecules begin the long, multi-generational changes to feathers, bone, etc., and creation develops in defiance of the Second Law of Thermodynamics. Organisation, driven by fundamental intelligence--a myriad of smart nanonmachines--triumphs over disorganisation.

The slow calculation of the aeons, ever filtering and improving, generation after generation, just as the brain processes thoughts and arrives at the best conclusions, but far slower, because the processing power is far less.

A feedback-loop, back and forth between the basic molecular machines and the full organism, IS ever refining, adapting, living...