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On Mon, Nov 26, 2001 at 02:08:59PM -0500, Wade Smith wrote:
> >My point was that, though you only use the wheel, they don't
> >reinvent it,
> >but imitate it.
> Ah. But they use it too- and they mutate it via their use.
> Otherwise, all memetics would be is cloning, and it ain't.
So now you're admitting there is imitation?
-- "A prime source of meta-memes" -- inside information -- http://www.ii01.org/ Robin Faichney
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