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Hi Philip Jonkers -
>I do too believe that memes are adopted
>only when deemed valuable or fitness increasing as
>I have put it in one of the hypotheses submitted to
Adopted by whom?
The child, indoctrinated into a religious overview, has no opportunity to
deem this valuable.
But, yes, the society did, which is why it trains the children in these
If memes were only deemed valuable, no-one would have any- like
breathing, you can't take the time to actually think about what you're
doing, nor does the body let you. You just breathe.
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