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Recent work using computer simulations has allowed us to understand much about life that was mysterious before. Here we examine computer viruses and attempts to produce artificial life, including John von Neumann's self-reproducing automaton and Langton's simple automaton. These all point strongly to a designer behind living things rather than their being a product of blin Recent work using computer simulations has allowed us to understand much about life that was mysterious before. Here we examine computer viruses and attempts to produce artificial life, including John von Neumann's self-reproducing automaton and Langton's simple automaton. These all point strongly to a designer behind living things rather than their being a product of blind forces.


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Recent work using computer simulations has allowed us to understand much about life that was mysterious before. Here we examine computer viruses and attempts to produce artificial life, including John von Neumann's self-reproducing automaton and Langton's simple automaton. These all point strongly to a designer behind living things rather than their being a product of blin Recent work using computer simulations has allowed us to understand much about life that was mysterious before. Here we examine computer viruses and attempts to produce artificial life, including John von Neumann's self-reproducing automaton and Langton's simple automaton. These all point strongly to a designer behind living things rather than their being a product of blind forces.

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