RE: virus: Meme, the Underlying Cause

Robin Faichney (
Sat, 27 Sep 1997 08:25:42 +0100

> From: Tadeusz Niwinski[]
> Robin wrote:
> >I wrote:
> >> Living organisms
> >> are preserving some information, which seems to be "more important"
> >> than
> >> life itself. With computers and the Web it seems that information
> >> will soon
> >> "find" a better way of evolving than through bacteria and humans.
> >>
> >Superstitious twaddle. :-)
> How do you know? Labeling does not solve anything. :-) :-)
Alright. Despite the smileys, I take your response to imply
you're willing to discuss this. So: why does the information
that living organisms are preserving seem to you to be
"more important" than life itself?

Or you might like to focus on this more general one: don't
most serious modern thinkers disparage the sort of
teleology displayed in your "evolutionary project" concept,
and the general implication of fate that such writing reeks