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Tim Worstall

This is a fun argument.

"the same is probably true for the Odyssey. Because its social network has many similarities to real social networks, it is probably based on the real world."

Because the writer is actually good at describing real world situations therefore they didn't make it up, they copied the real world.

I'm not sure how far I'd follow that logic myself.

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