Summary: The concept of "breaks" by itself is not sufficient to cause any emergence of adaptation
or intelligence. Brain, i.e. a machine of particular type, is necessary. (See 1063) Adaptation brain necessary Brain necessary Intelligence brain necessary
Summary: Certain concepts about a machine demand a set, which can exist only in another machine.
Such concepts can hardly be used by the machine if thinking about itself. Summary: Machine whose output is invariant for changes in the speed with which the input is
sent in. There must be an intervening stage of memory. Memory allows input speed to be irrelevant