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From: salice <email@example.com>
Sent: Saturday, October 06, 2001 1:15 AM
Subject: Brain stores Memes as Form
> 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.
Salice, that was what Vincent tried to explain to you all this time.
Althought, IMO that form- stuff needs more thought, but the rest will do
fine... for me anyway.
The form by which " form " can than be saved, would be something like
the memetic landscape we talked about earlier.
Wilkins posted something a few months ago about geology and furrows
to compare how memes would be ' stored ' in the brain.
Stored here used to make it easy on myself...
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