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Ray, I am intrigued by the Santa Fe work, and others along those lines, but
haven't made a connection between it and memetics -- can you speculate a bit
on what such a connection might be?
> I must say that I am interested in the Sante Fe stuff. With my weak math
> skills I'm still trying to digest 'The Origins of Order' by Stuart
> Kauffman, but if there is some substance under the hype then it may have
> some applicability to memetics.
> Ray Recchia
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