This short addendum concentrates of the relationships between simultaneously existing hierarchical Levels. In particular, the seeming demolition of one Level in the Emergence of its successor was shown to be local, so that, in general, both Levels would continue to exist, and indeed, overlap. In the case of a lower-Level fragment being included within a higher Level, which would be a selected subset of the contents of the prior Level, but only those that were conducive to the continuance of the New Level.
1.The idea of a straightforward succession of |Levels with each new Level entirely replacing its predecessor, is shown to be incorrect, and the persistence of all Levels is described.
2.So, in spite of a definitive progress being involved in the Emergence of a new Level from its predecessor, the achievement would be local and outside of it the old Level would still remain.
3.Inside the new Level a fragment of the old would persist, but diminished, selected and dominated by the enclosing Level.
4.The myth of long odds determining the evolution of Reality is debunked by showing that their bases are unsound, and instead demonstrating how Emergences radically, and indeed creatively, change probabilities, and even make the almost impossible into certainties.