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Re: Memes take over the world

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MW: "Memes, now set free from brains into computers, may even destroy the environment of genes."I agree with the overpopulation and resource shortages, but it seems like you've shifted gears from the statement above. Also, be wary of commiting the reductive fallacy, some parts of your explanations come teetering to the edge. What is the most enlightening book on memes that you have read? I need to add it to my collection. Doc: "In some way, it is a bit ironic that we must try to be more stupid to obtain salvation."MA: "I can't think of a better way to convince a group of critical thinkers of the worthlessness of faith."
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