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The properties of adaptive are the product of the "bottom-up" interaction of components that maintain the system's existence and which are only constrained () by the emergent internal (structural) of the system as a whole, and the limitations of its niche.
There is no such thing as "".

"Reality is not merely a social construction, the consensus of a collectivity, or some inter-subjective agreement. It also has a trans-subjective dimension: for example, experimental data can ruin the most beautiful scientific theory."
Transdisciplinarity[]: the hidden third, between the subject and the object

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"Because our brains are future-predicting machines, it’s natural to want to avoid ambiguity. “As human beings, we crave security, and that is why all of us are intolerant of uncertainty to some extent,” writes Fox.

"For years, many linguists have believed that learning language is impossible without a built-in grammar template. The new AI models prove otherwise. They demonstrate that the ability to produce grammatical language can be learned from linguistic experience alone. Likewise, we suggest that children do not need an innate grammar to learn language."

The idea that we don't see the true reality, has to do with (knowing), rather than (being). The fact that two people have different perceptions of their common reality does not refute that theirs *is* still one and the same reality.

It would be interesting to see what happens when it hits a water pipe, gas line, or electrical cable:

“Though my real-life body is unable to cry, my metaverse avatar has no such limitations."

A thought is but a fleeting reflection of reality on the jagged surface of our consciousness.

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