Re: Memetic vulnerability: was: Faking It

From: Wade T.Smith (
Date: Thu Jul 19 2001 - 11:54:55 BST

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    Hi Kenneth Van Oost -

    >Once a meme is set

    Ah, but that's momentary and environmental, this 'set' of which evolution
    must speak. Change one thing, even time, and the setting is gone.

    >each time that counts for a new meme.

    Time marches on.

    That ain't your grandfather's meme.

    - Wade

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