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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.
It was in your mail, where you said behavior is a result of environment
and different species, but i guess i just misunderstood you.
> What I said was, (I'm working on thinking about memetics by
> deciding that) nothing but an artifact is a meme.
What do you include in artifacts? Directly shown behaviours, talk and so on
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