Re: Study shows brain can learn without really trying

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    > What is demonstrated by similarity of behavior is similarity of
    > environment and species.
    > _How_ that is encoded is important, but I don't think it is Memetics.

    Japanese people burp after a good meal to show that they liked it.
    That we usually don't do this is a result of our culture and not of
    between species or environments. And cultural transmission (to teach the
    not to burp) is well Memetics.

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