From: Grant Callaghan (email@example.com)
Date: Sat 02 Nov 2002 - 21:34:31 GMT
>>From: "Grant Callaghan" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>Subject: Re: I know one when I see one
>>Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2002 19:27:23 -0800
>>> > On Friday, November 1, 2002, at 05:32 , email@example.com wrote:
>>> > > The fact that you cannot observe something does not entail that it
>>> > > does not exist.
>>> > This is, of course, also one of the famous apologia for the existence
>>> > of gods.
>>>With the difference that, in the case of mental memes, we are able to
>>>observe their effects, and are unable to logically, rationally or
>>>reasonably attribute them to any other possible causes.
>>> > - Wade
>>On the other hand, perhaps gods do exist -- in the same place where memes
>>exist -- in the minds of men.
In the beginning was the Word and the Word was God. It was also a meme. In
my opinion, all gods are memes. But not all memes are gods. ;-)>
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