The CA is controlled by the following buttons:

Start:  Two overlapping CA are planted.
Hide CA-1 Hide CA-2
Out CA-1+: raise output rate Out CA-1-: reduce output rate
Out CA-2+: raise output rate Out CA-2-: reduce output rate
Injury: Injure CA-1

Output rates.
CA resources of the entire system.

When the experiment starts two overlapping zygotes are planted (click on Hide CA-2). Both CA mature to their default attractor (solution of  46 states). They are synchronous  and accumulate resources to a maximum indicated by the black line.
1. Click on injury which injures CA-1. Note: 1. resources are rapidly replenished. 2. The CA are asynchronous.
2. Click on injury wait till resources are replenished then click again Note: the time to replenishment varies. It depends on which CA-1 state was injured.
3. If necessary   Hide CA-2.  Click injury twice or more. Note: 1. CA size is proportional to its resources. 2. Even following repeated injuries resources will be replenished. 3. Generally the system will not reach its initial state since the CA are asynchronous. 4. The CA accumulate resources only when overlapping. 5. The rate of recovery varies. The faster the recovery the healthier the CA.
CA health (tolerance) is a pair (2-tuple) {Amount of resources, rate of recovery}

4. Click on  Start and wait until the CA mature (resources are replenished). Click  on  Out CA-2 and set   CA-2 output rate = 0.5 Resources will settle at a new level
5. Click on injury (CA-1 is injured)

If during recovery the CA separate they lose more resources and recovery takes longer

6. Click on  Start and wait until the CA mature (resources are replenished). Click  on  Out CA-2 and set   CA-2 output rate = 1.0. As long as the CA find themselves resources will settle at a new level, otherwise they will oscillate. 7. Click on injury

8. Click several times on injury. The system drops to minimal tolerance. Whenever the two meet resources rise.

9. Set CA-2 output rate = 0.
Note: Output rates were set in CA-2 while only CA-1 was injured