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Quoting Robin Faichney <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> The memetic transmission chain is brain -> behaviour -> brain...
> Memes are transmitted between brains via behaviour, and between
> of behaviour via brains.
> "Behaviour" includes speaking, listening, writing, reading, creation
> artifacts and examination of them, so artifacts are recorded
> So memes have to be encoded both in brains and in behaviour.
> Is there any part of that you don't understand????
Nope.... succintly put.
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