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Within the world of computer viruses are certain groups of viruses that attack specific aspects of a computer's functional elements, such as the File Allocation Table, or the physical machine's flash-bios array. These are key elements. If one attacks these key elements successfully, everything else becomes irrelevant. The same is also true in the realm of society's perception of itself and its world. Into this arena a most powerful virus has been introduced, which appears harmless, but which, by its effect, makes a lot of fundamental aspects irrelevant. The core issue that the virus is focused on, is the concept of "principle."
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