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><<What is it about culture that
>gives it the power to change the world and override the laws of nature? >>
>Memes evolve faster than genes.
<<Is that all there is to it? Nothing to do with the nature of memes and
That's the bottom line. Of course, memes have a very powerful tool at their
disposal: billions of human bodies to do their bidding.
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