From: Stathis Papaioannou <firstname.lastname@example.org><br>
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> Seems like a pretty good bet to me. There are no permanent biological
> structures only one atom thick. If there are any that are 1000 atoms thick
> it shouldn't be that difficult to infer what must be below the top layer we
> are scanning, most of the time just more of the same.
The identity of a protein requires atomic level resolution, for a start.
I think this comes down to whether the mind/Identity pattern is stored at this level or just the neural links?<br>
I can't see this being answered by anything other than actual experimentation.<br>
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