From: Keith Henson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 02 Mar 2003 - 16:54:57 GMT
At 10:49 AM 02/03/03 -0500, you wrote:
>On Sunday, March 2, 2003, at 01:26 AM, memetics-digest wrote:
>>>Indeed, there _were_ no, not a single, identical copy of a book until the
>>Looked at this way, there are *no* identical copies since the printing
>>press either. Each book has a unique set of fibers in the papers, unique
>>ink spots, etc.
>I'm glad you picked that nit. Likewise, in just such fashion, there are
>*no* identical copies of any information in individual brains.
This is true as I have stated and utterly inconsequential to memetics where
human brains are properly modeled as black boxes.
If you asked a large number of American boys how many strikes it takes to
get you out in baseball do you have *any* doubt that the vast majority (99%
plus) would answer 3? How much more identical can you get?
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