From: Wade T. Smith (email@example.com)
Date: Sun 02 Mar 2003 - 15:53:06 GMT
On Sunday, March 2, 2003, at 01:26 AM, memetics-digest wrote:
> Let's see what I *actually* said.
> "I have intense memories of looking into the Grand Canyon. No doubt the
> impressions I formed are different in both gross and molecular detail
> anyone else who ever looked at the Canyon. Interesting as these areas
> study are, I don't see where they have application to memes as they are
> defined as replicating (transmissible) cultural elements."
Okay, then, please tell me what you actually said, if you didn't say
you and someone else both have different and unique sets of
'information' about the Grand Canyon in your brains. That is the way I read this.
> I.e., my memory of the Grand Canyon is *not* a meme.
I don't see that following from your statement at all. What then, is
this meme of which you speak, and why didn't you mention it?
> Wade, do you think clipping what I said the way you did is an honorable
> debate tactic?
Yes, and it saves information. Let me know when any person can debate
every point at all times.
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