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If Facebook can kill MySpace then there is no reason that a new network can't kill Facebook.
Certainly won't be easy, it will have to do something that Facebook does somewhat poorly, and take advantage of that gap until it builds up a critical mass of users.
I would say if it comes from anywhere it will come with a mobile focus which is one area that Facebook is not very fast moving on (see Instagram)