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Comment Re:42 (Score 2) 600

No it isn't. Another example of an emergent property is the super fluidity of liquid helium. It is a property of a system that is not a property of its components nor immediately obvious from the properties of those components, but that arises when a large number of those parts interact as a system.

Just because you don't understand a word does not make it technobabble. Jargon yes, babble no.

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