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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
>although, potential for what...?
Hi Wade, okay... with `potential' I mean `with the
potential of expression'. With potential memes I mean
memes laying dormant in the brain, abstractly
speaking, waiting to be called upon and expressed
or utilized if needed. Until that moment there is
no way of telling whether the host contains them.
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