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> << The latest scientific thoughts about this goes as follows,
> it seems that each individual must be treated ' individualistic '.
Yes, i think that is very important also to meme-theory. As of today
people seem to be treated basically the same when considering
spreading of memes or individual meme-handling. There might be some
fundamental aspects which are the same for everyone but in most cases
i think the selection varies between people.
> I know, that some investigations were done in the area of the plague and
> aids. There too, science found, specific genes blocking the development
> of the pest and aids. I have to check my archives for more detail, if you
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