Date: Thu 17 Oct 2002 - 02:43:20 GMT
> On Wednesday, October 16, 2002, at 09:33 , email@example.com
> > That's why the behavioral manifestations are tokens of and
> > the occasioned by activation of the true coin type, the neurally
> > encoded memetic pattern.
> That's why the neurally encoded pattern is a token of and occasioned
> by perception of the true coin type, the behavior.
> Which one is right-side up?
> And, does it matter?
> - Wade
Sure it does. There's only one neural encoding per meme per person, and a potential plethora of instances of manifestation. If a tokenn of a behavior type is the coin, then there may be many coins circulated by a person, but they are all stamped from a single internal neural pattern encoding die.
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