Sunday, January 20, 2013

Human societies are fractal in their diversity – an onomastics proof

Just as the map of a coast looks exactly like a coast, regardless of the scale, you may find heterogeneity and yet very clear patterns in a society of one billion, one million or one thousand people. As a pebble laying on a shore, at the maximum scale, every individual is unique and an exception to the group.

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