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> > Yes, memes can involve behavior as well as ideas.
> I'm more than willing to say they _must_ involve behavior. Why
> does that strike terror into so many?
Not in me. The transmission of memes always involves behavior, at least in
humans with AI memes the concept of behavior may be irrelevant.
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