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If something is the same, ie. constant, invariable, can it be of interest to
social scientists? I would think you need variability in order to explain
anything. Maybe this is the contrast between social scientists and physics
people interested in networks.

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> Hmm... I have real networks from real organizations that do
> NOT look like this...
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> http://www.sciencenews.org/articles/20050129/fob3.asp
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> Any other views?
>
> Valdis
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