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|Quote (sparc @ Nov. 15 2012,23:22)|
Gary, what does theory say about the distribution of intelligence in a bacterial clone? Is theory assuming that all cells contain the same amount of intelligence?
|As long as they were well isolated from external information from wild colony conjugation the molecular level intelligence of the clones would be essentially identical.|
Of course, you've done experiments to confirm this assertion. You do have evidence, right? You have a tested method of measurement of "molecular level intelligence" and you're going to share it with us soon, right?
|But the cellular intelligence is the part it develops during its lifetime and depends on environment, resulting in tumblers, swarmers, or even sessile, resulting in very different cellular intelligence circuits.|
Because I'm sure of your basic integrity and know that you would never make unsupported assertions, I'm anxious to see your measurement method applied to incremental development of "cellular intelligence." :p
Evolution is not about laws but about randomness on happanchance.--Robert Byers, at PT