Very interesting article, but the technology does not have many biological properties.......Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! And the scale is a little different. Microtubules work at nano-scale. The information packets we saw walking about in the illustrations are enzymes and proteins. Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image! Microtubules are one of the cytoskeletal filament systems in eukaryotic cells. The microtubule cytoskeleton is involved in the transport of material within cells, carried out by motor proteins that move on the surface of the microtubule. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Microtubule These natural information processors have a specific language which allows for various types of information to pass through the network. This language is made up from relative electro-chemical values processed in an orderly manner by certain dedicated functions. That demands the processors must share certain mathematical abilities to read and write value identity languages as inputs and outputs. What is absolutely curious is that microtubule processors are a common denominator in all eukaryotic organisms. IMO, this is a very significant attribute and definitely speaks to a common processing language even in different species or patterns. Think of it....this is what set the eukaryoid species apart from the prokaryoid species which are very few now. I think of it as the bridge between purely chemical and organically sensory efferent and afferent information processing. i.e. Photosynthesis, etc. I compare the scientific value of microtubules in eukaryotic organisms to that of the chromosomal difference between humans and other great apes (hominids), which allowed for the evolution and formation of a more complex brain in humans. Microtubules compute and issue motor commands. And they are mathematical relative value processors....they compute..... trillions of them......Please Register or Log in to view the hidden image!