Date: Wed 28 May 2003 - 18:47:29 GMT
> On Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at 09:01 AM, Joe wrote:
> > Minds are the sources and the destinations of
> > memes; without that cognitive environment, memes could not exist,
> > and thus the qurstion of performing the absent would never arise.
> > And transmission/reception between minds is achieved by encoding
> > meaning in a commonly understood symbol system transmissable via
> > action and receivable via perception.
> Well, let's wait, then, until this model has one iota of proof behind
> Until then, it's a nice story. I just think I have a nicer story.
Your story does not have a beginning or an ending, and essential plot elements, such as how differing performances can communicate the selfsame (yet differently encoded) meme, are conspicuously absent.
> - Wade
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