Re: Thoughts and Perceptions

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    Dear Wade,

    > > So tell me, why do you say that memes must not be true?
    > >
    > > In terms of fitness, I would think that truth would make a meme more
    > > fit, in general.
    > Hmmm. I never said all memes have to be false. Did I?
    > Just memes about facts.

    IOW, just memes which *can* be true or false. :-) Or do you think that
    there are true memes? If so, what?



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