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An experiment involving 60,000 email users confirms Stanley Milgram’s hypothesis that any person is connected to any other person in the world through a chain of social ties that involves an average of just six people. This experiment proves that humans are amazingly designed for social interaction.
Peter Sheridan Dodds, Roby Muhamad, and Duncan J.Watts, “An Experimental Study of Search in Global Social Networks,” Science, 301 (2003), PP. 827-829; Mark Granovetter, “Ignorance, Knowledge, and Outcomes in a Small World,” Science, 301 (2003), pp. 771-772.
RTB article: Facts for Faith articles on human origins (big bangs of art, language, jewelry, civilization, etc.)