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> And along those lines, when do memes start in the developing
> human? Any idea? Is that a valid question?
I think the ability to receive memes is already there even before
birth but the full potential develops in the first years afterwards.
There are these parents who listen to Mozart during pregnancy,
dunno whether there is some science behind it.
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