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Single neuron cant perform complicated computation. It isnt complex enough. The conciussnes comes from extreme neutron density and 3d architecture vs the 2d one we use in cpus
Demolishun598326d@Gregozor2121 The DNA strands have a fractal organization. Traversing this pattern is a highly complex mechanical system that reads this data. It also makes decisions as to how to read that data based upon what kind of proteins get produced. This changes/branches the program. So yes, the cell does perform like a computer in the reading of DNA and writing of proteins to perform complex operations in the cell. Are those operations needed for storing data? Not entirely sure, but the chemicals our brain and brain cells produce affect how the entire system operates. So they are processors, just not the same as the ones in a computer.