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Something I wish to share.
A correspondent of mine has linked his own webpage onto the Net.
It is at,
You can also link directly onto his name, Yves Decadt.
You will find there an English summary paper,
The average evolution: on the origin and impact of information in evolution.
There is also a complete Dutch book to be found.
I just checked out a few pages, it looks promising.
He talks about memes, memetics, genes, evolution, information, Darwin,
Boltzmann,.. and all kinds of other stuff.
Enjoy the ride,
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