Re: Study shows brain can learn without really trying

From: Robin Faichney (
Date: Tue Nov 27 2001 - 19:46:15 GMT

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    On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 09:14:54AM -0500, Wade T.Smith wrote:
    > On 11/27/01 04:41, Robin Faichney said this-
    > >> 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?
    > I don't really know the trap you're attempting to set, because, I've
    > reread my statement so much I can't trust my eyes anymore, but, I swear
    > it doesn't mention imitation even once.

    No trap, I just can't believe that, even given the explicit examples
    of designers and manufacturers, you still insist that the wheel is
    not imitated, merely used. Is it because you think that there is no
    difference between actual wheels and the concept of the wheel?

    Robin Faichney
    alt.m: "Memes do not exist. Tell everyone you know."
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