Re: neccesity of mental memes

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    > >
    >We compare things to each other, and last time I checked, we were part of
    >the universe we inhabit.
    > >

    True. But we are not the universe, Just a small part. Of course, if you're
    saying anything a part does is done by the universe, you have a valid
    arguement. But I was looking at what separates us from the universe, so we
    would be talking about different things.


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