RE: Words and memes: criteria for acceptance of new belief or m eme

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            Hi frankie,

            <There was quite a diversity of beliefs in the village, Christian,
    > Hindu, various indigenous tribes, plus some interesting combinations
    > of the above. I don't think they needed a monoculture to survive,
    > just the same old human traits of fear, suspicion and jealousy.>
            IIRC correctly, this was an African village? I wonder how Hinduism
    got into an African village?


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