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I didn't thought about this before but i came just up with it in
The brain is able to store memes because it can store form.
The way in which the form is structurally saved in the brain might
differ between different people, but the form which is saved can stay
the same. In this way the form which is saved in the brain can be
transmitted between brains without transmitting the brain structure.
What do you think?
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