Re: memetics-digest V1 #1316

From: Wade T. Smith (
Date: Sun 16 Mar 2003 - 18:41:13 GMT

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    On Sunday, March 16, 2003, at 12:23 PM, memetics-digest wrote:

    > If most conflict in the world is an indirect effect of memes,

    Too bad it ain't.

    > It took at least 60 years for the germ theory of
    > disease to be widely accepted, though,

    Except that, it shows results almost instantly upon being implemented. Acceptance and implementation are not the same things. Proof is not convention, or vice versa. There has been no implementation of memetic theory that has shown positive results.

    '87, eh? These days, that is more than 60 years to science, compared to Pasteur's generation.

    - Wade

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