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Only a black hole (the cosmological type) surpasses the ability to consume, and even it emits some things of use. I suppose Mcafee et.al. would make $$ on Bureaucrat::Government. It truly is virus like, with only a few symbiotic like characteristics.

Perhaps I could give a shot at something like Survival::UnderRadar which would quietly encapsulate and render Bureaucrat::Government less able to consume?
Something along the lines of the gene they use in corn seed which tricks some types of insect larva into thinking they are always hungry, and thus, they eat themselves to death on a couple of kernels of corn shortly after hatching instead of slowly eating the whole field of corn as they mature.

Hmmm... how to make it propagate though...

...the majority is always wrong, and always the last to know about it...
Insanity: Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results...

In reply to Re^2: Nothingness - The far end of language development by wjw
in thread Nothingness - The far end of language development by wjw

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