Re: electric meme bombs

From: Van oost Kenneth (
Date: Sat 02 Nov 2002 - 19:56:16 GMT

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    ----- Original Message ----- From: "Wade Smith" <>
    > On Friday, November 1, 2002, at 11:32 , Van oost Kenneth wrote:
    > > everytime it has to be built from the ground up
    > Gack, I can't see how I proposed that. It is constantly changing, yes,
    > in the way a river changes, but not renewing from the ground up.
    > Like the frames in an animated movie, there are fields of similarities
    > in every moment, and these things have the capacity for continuance-
    > genetically this is determined by genes, but memetically, I say it is
    > determined by bemes, which themselves are also like frames from an
    > animated movie- with fields of similarities, and culture can be
    > continued through their creation/performance and
    > apprehension/reperformance- something each individual does, yes, every
    > time newly, as each beme exists only for that time it is in performance,
    > just like a symphony, which, in actuation, only exists while it is being
    > played.

    Ok, Wade, my mistake, but than I don 't really understand where your scheme originates, where is the bias where newbie bemes come into existence, or did I missed that !? Where is the info where along bemes renew themselves all the time, where does a new behavior comes from_ not one that renewed itself, but a complete new one !


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