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In a message dated 2/17/2002 6:52:54 PM Central Standard Time, Wade T.Smith
> > would Susan Blackmore be the mother?
> At best a midwife. More probably, a resident who attended a tour of the
> delivery room.
> - Wade
You don't understand!
With "memetic engineering," it is now possible for that resident to
become the mother or the father (or indeed both!!!) of modern
medicine as well as memetics!
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