The necessity of mental memes

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    ('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) what no one has been able to explain to me is how, in the absence of a mental storage and percepttion/action translation pathway between the perception of another's actions and the replication of those actions by oneself, how the actions of one could ever become, by apprehension, learning and imitation, the actions of another.

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