Re: Thesis: Memes are DNA-Slaves

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    > Nothing says that the zillion try- outs didn 't created universes
    > somewhere
    > !
    > The only we grasp is the one we see around us.
    > The right universe as you say here in the post is the right for us.
    > Nothing contradicts the possibility that a zillion universes exit out
    > there
    > for a whole bunch of other " us-ses ".

    Sure, anything is possible. Since we're on a speculative
    high, you might wanna check out Lee Smolin's theory on the
    evolution of universes:



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