Re: memetics-digest V1 #667

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    >Subject: Re: memetics-digest V1 #667
    >Date: Fri, 4 May 2001 20:22:55 EDT
    >Hey people -
    >Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves. I only read the first entry about
    >the use of information, and that dude says it's essentially worthless
    >one uses it. Bull Feathers! Information assists one in making the choices
    >life. And those choices are what we're allabout, since our primar objective
    >as human beings is to develop our genes. So the information all works
    >together to help make choices, which means learning s indeed useful so we
    >know how to foresee to make our choices.
    Much of this info-talk is over my head, but provocative nonetheless. I've
    got no guts to Wade into the pool of fire like others here.

    How do humans 'develop' their genes? Did you mean 'transmit into the next

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