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Hi Philip A.E. Jonkers -
>> evolution requires sexual reproduction, and the only way memetic
>> evolution could happen would require a sexual component as well.
>Biological evolution does not require sexual reproduction per se, that's
>a subtle misconception.
Just to nitpick, I never said biological evolution requires sex, I said
human evolution does.
And, right now, that's true. It might not be in a few.
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