Date: Sun 03 Nov 2002 - 07:35:43 GMT
> On Sunday, November 3, 2002, at 12:31 , firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > every thing is a new thing, unrelated to what came
> > before,
> Every peme _is_ a new thing, (time is not motionless, and every
> performance is a new performance, these are facts of the universe),
> but, please, in no way do I say they are _unrelated_ to the ones that
> came before, and, please, tell me where you think I have said that,
> because, I am still convinced you have not understood what I am
> saying, at all.
> You keep coming at it while looking away.
The only way that subsequent performances could be related to previous ones would be to share a common template; that template is the meme-type, of which the similar performances are tokens, and it is stored within the brain between those similar performances, and accessed in order to inform them.
> - Wade
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