From: stunned (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon 21 Mar 2005 - 21:10:42 GMT
I have Aunger's book on my shelf and it is next on the list to read in
the next two weeks, but as far as I know no one has suggested that
Limbic Resonance could be a model for the non-verbal transfer or sharing
of information or memes.
I would like to know what you all think - I expect harsh criticism and
This link is more explanatory of the workings of limbic resonance:
> You assume replication of behavior due to what
> is overtly observable. Can you assume discrete packets
> of info have flowed from my brain to his and have been
> replicated and stored there? The behaviors are
> strikingly similar. Are the notions in each of our
> noggins? I'm enjoying my iced tea with 6 sgars and
> squeeze of lemon. Maybe Chris is politely fighting the
> urge to run to the restroom and vomit.
> *- Yes a mason jar. So what?!
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> Journal of Memetics - Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission
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