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> > Can *any* of us tell the difference between what is "real" and what
>> is a meme? We carry around in our brains a "map" of reality based on
>> our experiences, our ideas and our attributional style. No two
>> people's maps of the world are the same, and to borrow a concept from
>> semantics, the map is *not* the territory.
>I think there is still a difference because not all sensory information
>consists of memes.
How about: Not all sensory information *produces* a meme?
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