Re: Paranoid Schizophrenia and Memetics

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Date: Sun Jan 20 2002 - 06:31:24 GMT

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    Philip said:

    >Such memes are very desirable for a lot of people
    >(I'd like to call it fitness increasing). If one
    >possesses a meme from this class others want to have
    >it too. But the first meme host has a true interest
    >in preventing this from happening as they might pose
    >a threat to his welfare. That's why some memes
    >literally are worth a fight and as such may trigger
    >an endless spiral of evolutionary adaptation.

    Corporate espionage, military espionage.

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