Re: Thesis: Memes are DNA-Slaves

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    > If memes already kill off their host in order to propagate further, think
    > about their possibilities if they are actually "on their own " out there !?

    What are they supposed to do there?

    > Memes, in a way, already run loose in our head. To some extend we
    > don 't have the control over our mind, soul and body.

    The question is whether this is good or bad, based on evolutionary

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