Re: Memes inside brain

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Mon Oct 08 2001 - 15:55:02 BST

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    From: Bill Spight <>
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    Sent: Monday, October 08, 2001 2:07 AM
    Subject: Re: Memes inside brain
    > > Imitation by which memes are inherited !?
    > > That 's new.... I am all ears !!!!!!!!
    > Pardon me, but I thought that the orthodox view was that memes are
    > inherited by imitation. What's new about that?

    Hi Bill,

    Probably my mistake by misunderstanding you.
    I thought you meant that memes were genetical inheritable, something
    the list completely refutes, but where I have still doubts.
    Just a minor setback, no harm done !



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