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Your individual questions here are reasonable enough - although you could do a bit better at knowing some more details of the systems you are dismissing as 'flawed'. However, I think the bigger problem is your overall approach, which seems to be to make analogies between human-made computers and biological systems and then critiquing the 'missing' parts from ...


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In programming, if you need to ensure your data has integrity, a single array won't do. We have cyclic dependency checks in programing to determine if the data is corrupt. We have hamming codes to permit detecting a fixing one bit corruption. If we want to really fix multi-bit corruption, we need at least one copy of the data. Lossless compression ...



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