RE: To be or not to be: memetics a science?

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    ><<I don't think anyone has yet figured out what the memetic point of view
    >to offer that the other social sciences do not.>>
    >Obviously you haven't heard Heather Nova's new single, "Virus of the Mind."
    >Richard Brodie

    You're right, I haven't.


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