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From: Grant Callaghan (grantc4@hotmail.com)
Date: Fri Feb 15 2002 - 14:39:49 GMT

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    >And we are hunting for "the node of semantic memory and its correlates in
    >brain activity."
    >But, ain't 'the node of semantic memory' another unicorn?
    >- Wade

    We live in an age when unicorns can be, if not found, at least created. I
    read that some farmer created a unicorn goat a few years back. The concept
    of the meme is fairly clear in my own mind. It's the rest of the world that
    seems confused on the subject. ;-)>


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