Re: Example of an aggresive irrational meme

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Date: Sun Mar 10 2002 - 02:22:36 GMT

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    > >Also memes have `sex' in your head too. There also memes interact with
    > >other
    > >memes
    > >to produce new ones. This is what abstract or creative thinking is all
    > >about
    > >for instance.
    > >There is where the parallel with biology ends of course.
    > I'm still having trouble seeing where the parallel begins ;-)

    Let me put it this way then: in biology gene-hosts copulate to produce new
    and gene-plexes. Analogously, in culture meme-hosts combine to produce
    new memes and meme-plexes.


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