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Hi Kenneth Van Oost -
>Cultural evolution is rightly based upon the differences which causes
>problems between people, but it will end if you dismiss any conflict
>between people, styles and ideologies,....
One has to wonder what sort of things wouldn't end in such idyll.
I think H. G. Wells and a few other science fiction authors did some
thought experiments along those lines.
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