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Hi Scott Chase -
>Maybe the cultural effect with
>different causes in each of us itself becomes a causative agent, effectively
>nipping neural memetics in the bud?
I think that was my main brunt. That, and, memes are only ever physical
>You sneezed from a virus. I sneezed by intentionally irritating my nose.
Well, yes, and no. Both our noses received an irritation. Both our noses
reacted in similar ways, but the species of irritations were different.
Such complexities of reactions and stimuli are the great springs of the
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