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> > P.S. Have you heard about Stephen Wolfram's new book? From what
> > I've read
> > about it, it shows a lot of promise for the subject of memetics.
>Haven't heard of it, Grant. Do you have a title?
It's called "A New Kind of Science" and is reviewed by Ray Kurzweil on
www.kurzweilai.net. No one has mentioned the book as applicable to memetics
but I noticed that one area it looks at is an application to biology and
another area is complexity. This leads me to believe that it may also be
used to attack the complexity of memetics.
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