Re: sexual selection and memes

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    > Gene-environment interactions may also be precisely what memes are. No
    > less, no more. Culture itself is a genetic interaction with the
    > environment of nature and society.
    > What else do we need to know, what other entities do we need to create?
    > Memes are handy statistical referents in this scenario, but, they need
    > only to be column headings in a categorization scheme.

    Well, ish, but it's a bit general. I mean, everything is a
    genotype/environment interaction, but I still think that a slightly more
    fine-grained analysis has value.

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