17 Dec 2005 whir   » (Journeyer)

The complexity of stuff made out of atoms is limited by the nature of material things. If a thing is too baroque, it'll fall down. But if a thing is made of bits, it has no such intrinsic limit on its creation. Later understanding of it including its utility and any ability to maintain it will be limited. Conclusion - simplicity isn't arrived at naturally in the second realm.

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