From: Van oost Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon 17 Nov 2003 - 19:43:48 GMT
Would memeplexes ( meme- sets) mutate if the " change "
was induced by info-deprevation_ in order to set for a solution to
a problem !?
[ This as an analogy for the unusual state by which bacterial
cells behave when starved, postulated as by Cairns and Bridges]
Survival of the fittest can be seen as the genesis, as the mecha-
nism to get those features which allow to descrease the real haz-
zards of evolutionary competition:- we exercise, we do body- buil-
ding, we run the marathons in order NOT to fight real battles to
get laid !
The symptons of expression of competition does has its own
evolution_ our own evolution is à proof of the self- declared victory
over the evolutionary hazzards of the real natural/ animal world.
But what if brain- building cells/ genes possesses mobile genetic elements to carry out the necessary DNA re- configurations in order to get additional ( memetic) info across to the offspring_ all in the understanding of course that this would be part of some kind of control mechanism of the initial genes to get those capabilities/ capacities in order to propagate best/ better_ thus to get info in, in order to get a better/ best propagation in the future of their own existence !?
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