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>Now we can consider the pathological cases, memes that result in suicide,
>genes that kill the organism, and . . . well, we all know what computer
>viruses are capable of.
You may have read in my posts that I believe that the 'might-is-right' meme
(biblically derived), is false. I also contend that it has the capacity to
bring about the demise of our species - autogenecide. For me, it is akin to
What do you think?
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