Re: "minimum separabile" and the memetic code

From: Keith Henson (
Date: Sat 01 Feb 2003 - 18:54:47 GMT

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    At 08:01 AM 01/02/03 -0800, you wrote:
    >"Everybody knows that each amino-acid has its
    >corresponding codon within the genetic code. If we
    >accept all that I said above, we must also accept that
    >each "synergistic activity of all the muscles which
    >move the same joint", each "minimum separabile", has
    >its corresponding "codon" within the MEMETIC CODE. In
    >respect with the term "codon", I will name it "MEMON"."
    >I nominate as a candidate for the memon what cognitive scientists call a

    Memes are information. Information's basic measure is the "bit."

    Keith Henson

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