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> These are all powers our memes have given us. They are beyond anything on
> earth that is not meme directed. Computers, which are the embodyment of
> memes, may soon be able to exceed our own abilities. What is it about memes
> that give us this power over our planet, our lives and our universe. How do
> they do what they do?
Well i thought your point was that memes dont do anything, that
people use memes to do something. So people are the ones who
shape and change the planet and so on. Memes are just a tool for
that i guess. Isn't that your point too anyway?
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