From: Steve Wallis (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 18 Feb 2005 - 03:15:07 GMT
If I may jump in on a brief and abstract note? I found the remark about the
PC meme rather intriguing.
In physics, small moons orbit big planets. It's not just a good idea, its
the law. I wonder if the same rule might apply in human interactions -
although humans are much more complicated due to the many (and less visible)
Might we apply the same idea (where we can determine the relative force
between two objects through observation) to the relationships between memes
and men? For example, it is clear that the "force" of the PC meme on the
average individual is greater than the force of the individual on the PC
PS - wow, Mr. Henson has been through quite a saga!
Steven E. Wallis, MA - Fielding Graduate Institute Ph.D. student
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Patrick" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, February 17, 2005 5:38 PM
Subject: PC meme/s
>> I have to be extremely careful in responding to these questions. Being
>> politically incorrect is not safe in this world.
> heck, publish and be darned....how did the PC memeset come about d'you
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