Just a philosophical thought on ‘copying nature’ and ‘deletion’: Is deleting stuff following the way of nature / Does nature ever actually ‘delete’ stuff?
I would argue that from a subjective/experiental point of view, which I’d venture to say is the way of nature in general, nothing is ever deleted. Stuff that happened did happen: you thought that thought, you did that deed. You can transform/transmute it for sure but never ever erase it.
Now one could counter-argue that what I just wrote about takes place at a different level than the one SAFE operates at, and express wariness of the human fondness for universal/absolute rules. Or/and, also, that deleting data is really transforming it. OK I’m not sure this goes anywhere so I’ll stop – thanks for your attention anyway!