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Author Topic:   IC, Dembeski and artificial evolution of electronic circuits...
joz
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01-09-2002 9:29 AM


Now I`m sure I`m overlooking something here but wasnt Dembeskis argument against ToE and for IC based on the difficulty in obtaining a purely random string of numbers?

Some work has been done on using evolutionary principles on data strings to (with a programmable array) produce a working circuit...

http://www.cise.ufl.edu/~nantonio/artificial_evolution.htm

So doesnt this provide a chance to test this, let Dembeski provide a set of data strings that he feels confident are perfectly random then see if they can be evolved into a form that programs a working circuit....


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