Re: Study shows brain can learn without really trying

From: Wade Smith (
Date: Wed Nov 28 2001 - 21:28:55 GMT

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    > Is it necessary for memetics to become useful?

    I think so. That's why I'm trying to arrive at utility.

    > The last book with this special story can just become distinct
    > as the last storyteller telling the story.

    The last storyteller is like but unlike the last book. Once he
    is gone, there is no dusty shelf upon which he was put. The last
    book can be found again, perhaps, but the last storyteller is
    gone when he's gone, irretrievable. Like lost languages.

    Or have you found a lost language recently?

    - Wade

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