Re: Memetic Manufacturing (WAS: Re: virus: Re: Rationality)

Tony Hindle (
Wed, 12 Mar 1997 18:55:41 +0000

In message <3324EA38.6A01@esuvm.Emporia.Edu>, "Corey A. Cook"
<> writes
>Well, I don't know if memetic manufacturing is a part of free will or
>not, but it is a valid phenomenon. How many time has a brand spanking
>new meme popped up in your head, and you had absolutly no idea of where
>it came from? Some of them might have just been nested in our
>memesphere's, and we lost the reference tag. But I find it hard to
>believe that all of them came from there.
>What do you think?
I think there is nowhere else for them to come from.
We can certainly recombine memes in original ways and we can then
give this new combination a new name but it is always really bred
(reproduction with mutation) from ancestral memes.
Tony hindle AkA The Reverend C. Darwin.
*Without plagarism nothing new is said.....Tony Hindle
* (Ok so I stole that line from Tony allen)