Re: [SC-L] Genotypes and Phenotypes (Gunnar Peterson)

2009-10-13 Thread Bobby Miller
The obvious difference is parts. In manufacturing, things are assembled from well-known, well-specified, tested parts. Hmmm ... If you look at other things that people build, like oil refineries, or commercial aircraft, we can deal with complexity much more effectively than we can with

Re: [SC-L] Genotypes and Phenotypes (Gunnar Peterson)

2009-10-13 Thread Andreas Saurwein Franci Gonçalves
Thats the idea of libraries. Well known, well specified, well tested parts. Well, whatever. 2009/10/13 Bobby Miller b.g.mil...@gmail.com The obvious difference is parts. In manufacturing, things are assembled from well-known, well-specified, tested parts. Hmmm ... If you look at other