From: Wade Smith (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 31 Oct 2002 - 17:16:37 GMT
On Thursday, October 31, 2002, at 10:58 , Bill Spight wrote:
> Are you saying that the memory of the perfomer has nothing to do with
> the similarity? I think not, but that is not obvious from your
> statement. :-)
Beme1 is not beme2 but, yes, the similarities have a great deal to do
with the preparations made by the performers, and, yes, memory is a
prime agent in the preparatory process. (Joe's meme-ory storage.) One
would expect the memories of performers within the same culture to be
packed with much of the same information.
And thus, the bemes they each perform, to also have similarities.
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