From: Van oost Kenneth (email@example.com)
Date: Sat 08 Mar 2003 - 21:21:13 GMT
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> > From: "Alan Patrick" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > > > If a meme is pure information, then it's transfer from one medium
> > > > to another should adhere to the classical model of communications
> > > > as described by Claude Shannon. A low signal-to-noise ratio could
> > > > be responsible for the differences between the original
> > > > incarnation of a
> > meme
> > > > and the resulting neural representation of it in your head.
> > Why should the meme need adjustments to fit in one's head !?
> > I do think this process works the other way round, that is the already
> > existing memes will be influenced by the newbie.
> > What can be, is that pieces of the initial info- spam of with the '
> > meme ' is part is cut out ( by a slice and divide mechanism) so that
> > it would fit better the requirements needed to be picked up. In
> > genetics such an enzyme exists.
> Actually, I see mutual accommodation occurring.
How is that, Joe !?
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