From: Van oost Kenneth (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 26 Aug 2003 - 19:30:14 GMT
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From: "Scott Chase" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >If those numbers are true, this is indeed a VERY serious concern. I
> >myself have tended to believe in "live and let live" with regard to
> There's no way I'm aware of that cultural information (artifacts or
> socifacts) or neurally encoded memory (mentifacts) could breach through
> barrier between the somatic cell and germ cell (ie- stuff such as "memes"
> neural correlates passing from neurons to sperm or eggs into the genetic
> material that influences subsequent generations).
What can breach are all kind of sorts of prones where by the susceptibility
to be affected are increased or descreased.
People raised in mids where solidarity/ love and respect for the neighbours,
for life and the fear for the devil and for death influence their lives, are
to pass on those conceptions despite the fact that some aren't based upon
' real ' things.
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