Re: Words and memes

From: Wade T.Smith (
Date: Thu Feb 07 2002 - 00:19:12 GMT

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    Hi Jeremy Bradley -

    >>Why, when all is said and done, are we doing memes?

    >Well I can only answer for me(me). During a study of how it was possible
    >for civilisations to deny each other, I stumbled into the meme concept. It
    >appeared that cultures - meme teams, especially the one-god-mob, had strong
    >defences against any other spiritual realities. Meme theory is such a
    >powerful tool for explaining these cultural divisions that I became hooked.
    >That's my story Wade. What's yours?

    I think we are doing memes because we want to be understood, and we want
    that understanding to continue.

    Like Dylan said- "i accept chaos. I am not sure whether it accepts me."

    We do memes to get the acceptance of chaos.

    - Wade

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