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> What we find and hopefully will find are structures whereby their appeal,
> their context, their contents, their structural lineage how on earth they
> cate, propagate and transmiss themselves can get explained.
At first memes get saved as form AND
memes can be found in the brain as "Thinking Behavior".
But to show this directly in another brain this both requires much
further knowledge on the brain.
> Those things are in a way inscripted in our thinking process, but " memes "
> can 't be found.
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