The Monkeys Problem Analyze Emergent Functions

So we are back to the monkey's problem again. With varying degrees of difficulty we can physically break bees and devices down into their subunits. Extracting macromolecules or cell organelles from homogenates is comparatively easy, but fully isolating connected cellular units from the matrix of the central nervous system, for example, is exceedingly difficult. Disassembling an organism or a device at any level of resolution disrupts its emergent functions, so that much emergent information gets lost irretrievably.

Presumably sometime about 2040 or so, parameters for chip devices will finally have attained their fundamental physical limits.

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