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Bio-comic on Philip K. Dick by Robert Crumb
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Astonishing passage in Lawrence Sutin’s Philip K. Dick biography Divine Invasions.

In December 1976 came the “Zebra Principle”. Back in the sixties, Phil had read The Mask of the Medusa, a study of insect mimicry which suggested that humans could be as deceived by a hypothetical “high-order mimicry” as birds are by insect mimicry (or lions by zebras’ stripes). Phil’s Zebra Principle asks: “What if the “high-order mimicry” were that of a higher, or even divine, intelligence?”


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