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On Monday, January 14, 2002, at 08:07 , Joe Dees wrote:
> What humans have that is different from all but possibly the higher
> apes and some cetaceans is the C-meme (communication meme); a meme that
> must be communicated by means of a telling or saying, that is, encoding
> in an arbitrary (that is, not instinctual, but created and variable -
> as in multiple language possibilities) commonly understood symbol
> system or language.
I guess I'm sort of on record as wanting that to be the only meme around.
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