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>The only amplification I've attempted is an ethical one, that making such
>believers is false to human nature.
Which is pretty much saying there are 'good' memes and 'bad' ones, and
the unhappy fact that lives are spent between them.
I happen to think religion plays a very, very, large part in propagating
the 'bad' ones.
But, read 'dogma' for religion if you drive on the left side of the road.
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