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    Hi Steve,

    Nooo! not taking that bet ! Anyway it would still prove Pavlov. The
    conditioning only last so long. Without reinforcement they would revert

    <<<or would be retrained that the bell meant anything BUT food>>>>>

    Sounds to me like a memetic robot? Or do I misunderstand?

    <<<<memetic robot??? do explain, I am unaware of this term?>>>>>>


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