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1. What is able to subsist without help and consumes the less energy as it is possible (or produces all the energy that consumes) could be named self-sufficient. In this sense, what auto- means, it refers to the capability of developing and administering energy on its own. However, auto- has to do with own-self properties so that auto-beings are no other than those that can (re)produce more of themselves. Auto-beings are indeed self-sufficient beings and so, sustainable ones.

_auto_organization _auto_production _auto_reproduction _auto_administer _auto_maton _auto_generation _auto_regeneration _auto_nomy
_auto_copy _auto_motion _auto_graphic _auto_energetic _auto_induction _auto_propulsion _auto_regulation _auto_

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6. Gordon Museum (R & Sie 2005)

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