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A platonic idea is an archetype, a blueprint, the essence of various phenomena of the same thing.
Systemics and systems biology are such ideas, describing data processing systems in nature in terms of mathematics and formal logic. Systemic ideas have been used as a blueprint for silicon computing. Ideas derived from the observation of nature have also inspired computer models of nature.
Engineering ideas behind silicon computer (such as standardized parts, switches, logic gates, input /output device, arithmetic logic unit, control unit, memory, and busses) have been used by synthetic biologists to build computers with biological parts, with the ultimate goal to control data processing in nature.
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Review - THE BIOLOGICAL MICROPROCESSOR, OR HOW TO BUILD A COMPUTER WITH BIOLOGICAL PARTS http://bit.ly/YI13bF