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sudopod Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue Apr-05-11 10:52 PM
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44. I must admit that I'm not sure where your argument leads.
Edited on Tue Apr-05-11 10:54 PM by sudopod
If any religion can be classified as a meme that developed to its present state due to selection forces, and that religion's dogma denies this, then that religion can't be the capital-T Truth, can it? Longevity of an idea shouldn't be proportional to rightness, or else we should all be giving Shiva another look. :)

As an interesting aside, here is a list of some of the oldest companies in the world. There are quite a few that predate the Reformation! I lol'd that so many of them are breweries.
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