Re: Cichlids & Memes

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    Hi Chris Taylor -

    >I'd argue that even the genetically controlled behaviours
    >can be memes, just an older wood-burning version

    I think it needs to come down to that ("these are memes - little packets
    of information with
    associated behaviours"), if one is wont to use the word in the first

    That still leaves the leap from bird song to Beethoven, but, that was
    always there.

    - Wade

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