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[[File:Michael Hochberg reflection.jpg|400px|left]]Many interesting ideas discussed. Among them: (i) reversibility in aging, (ii) how mechanisms of remediation change with age (landscapes of failure) and (iii) the extent to which biological, technological and human defined (e.g., ecosystems) system, share commonalities in how they fail. Point (ii) is particularly interesting and garnered considerable discussion during today's working group meeting. It combines notions of whether there are multiple routes to a given type of failure, possible idiosyncrasies, and whether routes occurring as a function of age somehow reflect the process of natural selection that shapes homeostatic remediation systems.