Second, our nervous systems evolved over 400 million years of natural selection, during which billions of competing false-starts and miswired individuals were ruthlessly weeded out.
I take this to mean the billions of variations of the system that appeared throughout evolution which competed with both the established forms and with other variants, but were not adaptable or efficient enough to survive.
Although I'm tempted to say "but what would I know?".
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