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The evolutionary RDF framework (eRDF) uses a novel approach to SPARQL query answering. It is an innovative way of dealing with very large amounts of RDF by applying evolutionary algorithms. Instead of the classical joins of partial solutions, full solutions to the query are guessed, checked for validity and improved in an iterative process. At every stage of that process, the best-so-far result is made available. The current implementation of eRDF, used to power the similarity search service www.like.nu, make use of 58 4store repositories holding a total of 1B triples. These are used to check the validity of guessed triples and suggest new resources to use in the query.