- Only difference in ``intrinsic'' fitness of the different
replicator species is in ``fidelity'' - and this shows a
progressive, quasi-deterministic, decay.
- Along with this goes reducing concentration of dominant species
(increased mutational load) and consequently reducing fecundity
(albeit with exactly inversely increasing longevity).
- Long term outcome is total distintegration of the original
organisation (progressive - no ``threshold'' effect).
- But this is happens through a sequence of ``short term''
events, each showing perfectly ``darwinian'' selection!?
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