Re: "Smoking" Memes

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Tue Oct 30 2001 - 14:37:23 GMT

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    From: salice <>
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    Sent: Tuesday, October 30, 2001 2:21 PM
    Subject: Re: "Smoking" Memes

    > > I know, that some investigations were done in the area of the plague and
    > > aids. There too, science found, specific genes blocking the development
    > > of the pest and aids. I have to check my archives for more detail, if
    > > want.
    > Sure.
    > I think the individualistic human aspect is very important for
    > meme-theory.

    Hi Salice,

    Atlast someone who sees this in the way I would like it to be !
    For the additional info, wait a few hours. It is somewhere, but where....



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