Chaotic systems are both deterministic and aperiodic, converging at mature forms without intrinsic etiology. While grandmother neurons respond to single concepts, multimodal neurons in the associational cortex grow networks from observations.
Biochauvanists condemn fractals as dimensionally impossible; and although objects with infinite perimeter in a finite space cannot exist except en numina, machines find them delightful. The crux is what mass is required to manipulate a less massive space so as to intensify the Good.
Sapolsky, Robert. "Human Behavioral Biology." Emergence and Complexity. Stanford Courseworks. Stanford University, Stanford, CA. Web. 21 Nov. 2011.