Date: Fri 07 Mar 2003 - 20:18:56 GMT
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Wade T. Smith" <email@example.com>
> > On Friday, March 7, 2003, at 08:26 AM, Kenneth wrote:
> > > Somewhere, sometime, someone will ask a question, will have a
> > > peek, will say his meaning, will observe something and will
> > > perform ( whatever that will be) some act...
> > And until that moment, this 'thought' is culturally useless, yes?
> Not necessarily ! This ' thought ' allows others to get shaped, to be
> transmited. This ' thought ' boost the ones that are being used_ or
> vice versa, this ' thought ' takes up space in the brain and let other
> memes fade away. This ' thought ' is not directly involved in the
> cultural intercourse, but its presence is being felt. It is there,
> somewhere taking up space/ time. As such it is not part of the culture
> pool, but its possible potential shapes ideas.
This is correct; it forms part of the shaping cognitive gestalt which functions as the memetic environment.
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