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Old 30.12.2020, 15:25
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Re: Ask a Scientist

I think symmetry is meant to provide functioning, sure. The aesthetics too. But I am wondering about this potential vs reality, since nature being economical, there is limit and it must be exact. So it is set to some point and then veers off, in a unique way. The uniqueness also to a point. So who calculates that, probably for medical reasons (disease manifestation, therapy costs, or whatever)..Or is it too random? I don't think it is.

In terms of dna, two symmetrical partners aren't too logical. I'd say we enter diversity for a reason.
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