Memes of Richard Dawkins

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Richard Dawkins coined the term and the concept of a meme. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a meme as "an idea, behavior or style that spreads from person to person within a culture."

In a September 8, 2012 article supporters of the Question evolution campaign published an article entitled The memes of Richard Dawkins are weak and dying which cited data from the major web traffic tracking companies and Google trends suggesting that the memes of Richard Dawkins have significantly diminished over time.[1] In addition, citing data from academic researchers, web traffic companies and Google trends, they presented data which suggests that the Christianity and biblical creationism memes are growing stronger over time in the world while the memes of global atheism and agnosticism are shrinking.[2]

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Systematic attack on the memes of evolutionary belief, atheism and agnosticism

Furthermore, supporters of the Question evolution1 campaign have indicated that they have developed an aggressive plan to systematically attack the memes of Darwinism, atheism and agnosticism in the Western World and in the world at large. [3][4]

Richard Dawkins' lack of a counter plan to reverse the decline of global atheism and agnosticism

Also, on July 31, 2012 in an article entitled Evolutionists, atheists and agnostics: Where is your master plan to reverse your decline? supporters of the Question evolution campaign indicated that atheists, agnostics and evolutionists lack a plan to reverse their global decline.[5]

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