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> From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf
> Of Vincent Campbell
> The study clearly needs to spread out and include Greens and Militia
> types for example, to see if the pattern persists. I would in fact expect
> the more ideological and radical people, on both left and right, to have
> more nightmares, either through persistent stress over the state of the
> world and/or paranoia about the state of the world.
Perhaps the people in the center are the ones to have nightmares, worrying
about the attacks they are about to experience from the far left and far
right. I think the study is provocative, but the summary of its findings
makes it hard to draw any larger inferences.
Memes can provoke counter-memes.
PS. I can't help but smile when I read Univ. of Stirling's email legal
disclaimers and warnings. I wonder what the dreams are like of the folks who
drafted this one :-)
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