Re: Meme bonding

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Date: Mon Jan 28 2002 - 20:35:00 GMT

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    On Monday, January 28, 2002, at 04:00 , Philip Jonkers wrote:

    > the brain makes memes.

    So you say....

    Termites make mounds.

    And that's pretty genetic. Unless you want to call it memetic,
    and, you're not alone in that, from what I've seen, what with
    the bird song claims.

    > it is the
    > current gene-pool which build brains that restrict meme-creativity
    > potential.

    And this is an interesting comment. What leads you to think we
    are being restricted in our meme-creativity? What potential
    memes do you see that have their actualities missing?

    - Wade

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