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On Thursday, January 17, 2002, at 08:29 , <email@example.com> wrote:
> I think there is still a difference because not all sensory information
> consists of memes.
Indeed, and I'd be hard pressed to start to define a proportion.
And along those lines, when do memes start in the developing
human? Any idea? Is that a valid question?
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