Thursday, February 17, 2011

Will There Be Any More Advanced or Powerful Methods of Mechanomeric Selection?

Mechanomeric evolution, freely mixing unreplicated random mechanomers and monomers with a replicase complexed with a previously-mechanomerically-selected conditional replicase inhibitor which inhibits replication except under some condition resulting from the performance of the desired mechanomeric function, will test the greatest possible number of random mechanomers at a time for a desired function and therefore facilitate the development of mechanomers performing more complex functions and therefore occurring more infrequently in random mechanomer stocks. Mechanomeric evolutionary system sizes will be limited by same-class replicase-pair takeovers, and in such selection of any mechanomer the function of which is more complex than that of a mechanomer disinhibiting the replicase, false evolutions will outnumber true.

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