Re: Thesis: Memes are DNA-Slaves

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    > The memosphere I got in mind, maybe it is the wrong word, is not made
    > due to anyone or due to some rule. It is something completey seperated
    > >from our senses. What will going on there is pure speculation.
    > A Derrida- like universe would exist out of an infinite number of memes.
    > I mean, each possible idea, each possible line of thought, all of the pro-
    > balitities possible how detailed you can get is than a meme. Even the
    > context- lines between them are than seperated memes.

    I can imagine what you mean, i can't imagine though how selection
    would work there, and if no selection would exist, what would happen
    in this sphere?

    > See for an article about this stuff the archives, search for
    > A Solipsistic View On Memetics.
    > If you don 't find it, I am willing to send it to you.

    Please send!

    Thanks, Salice

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