"Biological systems are dynamic, not static. A living organism is like a whirlpool. A whirlpool is a complex ordered structure that dissipates energy caused by friction between streams moving at different velocities next to each other. It is never composed of the same molecules of water from moment to moment and once water has passed through the whirlpool it never returns. The whirlpool is the structure, not the transitory water."
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