RE: World Language Losses at a Glance

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Date: Tue Jun 19 2001 - 15:09:23 BST

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    Hello, Vincent,
    Can you say a bit more about:

    > the natives
    > of the Andaman (spelling?) islands, in the Indian Ocean.... They have very
    > languages, and preliminary genetic tests suggest they may be extremely
    > important in terms of human history.

    Important in what way?

    Might a language be important in the same way?

    Ought we to be concerned about the demise of a meme line?

    Lawrence de Bivort
    The Memetics Group

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