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Contents • • • • • Quotes [ ] (2006) [ ] • For average working folks, America was becoming a puzzle. Who was buying all these two-hundred-dollar copper saucepans, anyway? And how was everyone paying for these BMWs? Were people shrewd or just stupefyingly irresponsible? • Chapter 2: Rogue Process • He was beginning to feel the rush now. This wasn't a game, and it was clearly designed by a well-funded and technologically capable person.

He had always sought the edge—and this was it. This was as far from Main Street as he'd ever been. This wasn't the tattooed, pierced, neo-tribal rebellious bullshit of his generation. This was a quiet demonstration of networked power.

• Chapter 19: Sarcophagus • 'Let me tell you the story of the most successful organism of all time: this is the story of the parasite. Cad Tools Serial Number. Early on, evolution branched into two distinct paths: independent organisms—those that exist on their own in the natural world—and parasites—organisms that live on other organisms. And it was, by far, the parasites that proved the more successful of the two branches. Today, for every independent organism in nature, there exist three parasites. These two strains of evolution have been locked in a primordial arms race, constantly evolving to best each other for supremacy of this planet.

As parasites evolve to perfect their systems against a species of host, the host evolves to evade their attack. Scientists call this theory of an eternal genetic struggle the Red Queen Hypothesis—a name taken from Lewis Carroll's Through the Looking Glass.' • Chapter 31: Red Queen Hypothesis, Character: Sobol • 'Animal behavior has evolved to battle parasites. In fact, we have parasites to thank for the existence of sex. Sex is a costly and time-consuming method of reproduction. Experiments have shown that, in the absence of parasites, species evolve toward parthenogenesis—or cloning—as the reproductive method of choice.