Re: necessity of mental memes

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Date: Wed Jan 30 2002 - 05:02:38 GMT

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    >All velocity involves change, but not all change has to be a velocity
    >change; IOW, not all change is positional. The idea is a meme; it's
    >referent is not, and furthermore, it's referent is real.
    > >
    True. We have many tools to describe change, one of which is "time." Now
    matter how we describe it change continues to occur with or without our
    understanding of it. But what we call it influences how we see it and
    shapes what we believe about it. That's an internal matter.


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