We can be inspired by biological systems, but that does not mean we should attempt to directly implement the
components from which those biological systems are built. Particularly with cognitive systems, the properties of the
components are submerged by a higher level organization which is not deducible from the components. It may be easier
to use a process of reverse engineering of the product of a biological system to understand its operation, than theorizing
about its operation or attempting to build up the working system from its perceived components. The reverse engineering
of a cognitive system to handle a high level task is described, including the extensions required to an already undirected
structure. It is shown how construction of operators built on demand at a ground state can be used to make up for the lack
of the massively parallel activity of a biological cognitive system.