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Hi Philip Jonkers -
>As an analogy with physics the former category might
>be called potential memes, the latter kinetic memes.
>But perhaps latent and actual memes may qualify
>as better names.
Something along those lines seems workable. I do like 'potential',
although, potential for what...?
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