Re: Memes in Brains

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    Hi Robin Faichney -

    >I don't see the
    >need for science to radically change in any way.

    The evidence-based examination of the universe is a beginning, always has
    been. What errant people have been asking (through religions and
    mysticism and yes, even philosophy) is that the examination cease, or,
    when something feels right, be accepted as fact. None of that was ever

    - Wade

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