Re: Debunking pseudoscience: Why horoscopes really work

From: Philip A.E. Jonkers (
Date: Tue Nov 20 2001 - 00:48:36 GMT

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    Hi Kenneth,
    > A kind of a memetic isomorphism, containing fundamental building blocks
    > of one character ( memes) can be present long before the development
    > of the self- plex itself.

    Why don't you first read the reference I mentioned earlier on feral children?

    And perhaps we'll talk again then.


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