Memes and Nanotechnology

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    "The invisible landscape of nano-memes"... This the principal title for my
    imaginary book. I think the nanotechnonoly can represents a intire new world
    for the memes... perhaps a new kind of memes. The invisible machines that
    can be (or yet!) create the material form for the memes... A thing real and
    invisible. A thing that can change all around us. A thing that can replicate


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