Re: Recursive def. of the meme

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    On 22 Jan 2002, at 20:53, Joe Dees wrote:

    > Nope. Genes are obviously copiable; it happens every day.
    > They are also obviously not memes.

    Not so obvious i'd say. With genetic development at hand, genetic
    information becomes valuable, copyable by humans, and part of a
    small set of cultural environment.

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