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> Well you said that behaviors have nothing to do with memetics.
Show me where I said this. I certainly don't think I did.
> I could also talk or describe the behavior and you could use it
> from that.
Dubious. Although not without possibility. But in this case, the
mutation would be extreme, with perhaps no congruence
whatsoever, kind of like rumors, like you saying that I said
that behaviors have nothing to do with memetics.
What I said was, (I'm working on thinking about memetics by
deciding that) nothing but an artifact is a meme.
And so far, it's working well, I think.
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