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> Blackmore's). However, it is a hard to maintain the viewpoint
> that memes are slaves of genes or vice versa, as the
> co-evolution has somewhat flatted down or perhaps is slowly
> reversing (now this *is* my hypothesis, posted some 2 months ago).
well i agree.
i just found it annoying reading things like meme were enemies of dna
or they had a different independent evolution. i also believe that
dna and memes influence each other but i don't think that they work
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