The Necessity of Intercommunication for Community

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If two independent communities undergo similar changes which result in identical mosaics, are these communities still considered as distinct, or are they a single community?

It is possible for two independent communities to have similarities between their mosaics. Given this possibility, consider the hypothetical instance in which two independent communities bear identical mosaics. Do we consider these two communities as distinct from each other, or are they one community? What role does intercommunication between communities play in this process?

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