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>I dunno but wasn't the story about the boy raised by wolfs based
Yes, there have been feral children. But did they have memetic behaviors?
(IMHO, no.) At any rate, they were not planned experiments, and, if they
had been, that would be totally unethical, yes?
>I think 'memetic sex' can include much more than two people.
Distinction needed- not 'memetic sex' whatever that might be, but 'what
is needed as analog to genetic sex in memetics, assuming both are
>Think of some rock concert.
What you want to do with Britney Spears is of no interest to me....
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