I find myself running ahead, painting with broad strokes, even when I've promised to start small and go steady. It's challenging to find a professional voice when your inner child is wondering at the complexity of memetic variation, running from pillar to post.
The inner child and the activist need to express themselves, even if the scientist is a little taken aback. I can't help but be passionate about social issues. Memetics helps us to understand the complexities of our inner as well as social lives, and when we start to grasp those patterns we see how social interactions and judgments are restricted by the current paradigm, and I speak on topics the hard sciences are accustomed to remaining silent about.
I have faith readers may pardon me for excitement and personal bias. Even the most rational among us are humans, not Straw Vulcans. Science isn't just the accumulation of facts and the dispassionate reiteration of them. It is the ability to understand, question and adapt policies and traditions we've taken for granted in light of new knowledge. It is responding to changes of stimuli and information in our environment, a basic process of life.