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June 20, 2022, 2:31 a.m. | /u/PrimalJohnStone

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Is it fair to describe a human as a system that's based on the same instructions as all systems above us, including the universe itself, which involve 2 functions always set to **ON;** those functions being

* **Self-Correct** (survive, adapt)
* **Self-Duplicate** (procreate)

in that order, too (obviously), because that allows for the parent to have been faced with novel challenges and threats to overcome, updating their DNA, then procreating and releasing the new "patch", along with another person's updated …

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