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><<My original question was that Evo Psych does not explain suicide bombers
>etc. So what is powerful enough to make young men and women commit suicide
>for a cause?>>
>A virus of the mind.
Can you elaborate on this catchy theme? What's this putative virus comprised
of? What historic, sociological, psychological, and demographic factors have
related to its origin(s), evolution and spread? Is there a singular
homogenous virus involved?
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