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Posted: August 12, 2016 at 2:39 pm
“Should Blackmore’s theory turn out to be true, there’s little doubt she will be remembered as one of the great thinkers of the 20th century.” Barry Lyons reviewing The Meme Machine
Je suis Charlie and why
AI is already evolving beyond our control – the implications of a third replicator in CommentisFree September 2015
“Genes, Memes and Tremes” on TV in Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, May 2015
Twitterbrain – how analyses of viral memes is helping track information spreading in the brain.
and a must-watch video ‘This video will make you angry’ is a brilliant rant about ‘thought germs’. What a shame it mentions the word ‘meme’ only once.
The Eye of the Tremes Watch our New Video. This is based on the idea that the phones, computers and servers we are building are becoming interconnected like neurons in a brain. But this treme machine has no eyes. Or does it? With the advent of drones we may have found the eye of the tremes.
Tremes v temes
I have had such trouble with the term ‘temes’ that I am trying ‘tremes’ instead. I am sorry if this is confusing but I hope it might help.
100 walked out of my lecture on memes. On the RDF website with hundreds of comments. Aug 2014
Practical Memetics: A huge new website by Martin Farncombe devoted to understanding memes in business and organisations, includes extracts from my work.
Paper on memes in science Kuhn et al 2014 Inheritance patterns in citation networks reveal scientific memes
A fun article on Internet memes in the Virgin Australia Inflight Mag -refers to ‘the burgeoning field of memetics’!
The third replicator –
To find out more about temes, watch my TED talk now podcast in English and with a choice of subtitles in 21 other languages! or short lecture at the Hay Festival 2011 “Genes, Memes and Temes” read a book chapter a blog from Hassners on my lecture or read the Feature article in New Scientist .
Podcast interview with Sue on US Public Radio To the best of our knowledge about memes and temes. 29 July 2012
Jonnie Hughes article in The Independent 14 July 2012 on his new book On the Origin of Tepees.
Alan Winfield’s 5 minute lecture on dancing robots, from his Artificial Culture Project at UWE Bristol. Interview on dancing robots in BBC News Technology June 2012
Q&A with Sue for Know Your Meme, April 2012
Art experiments with copying and Chinese Whispers by Rachel Cohen
Richard Dawkins on memetically engineering the word “bright” in “Atheist – the Dirty Word” YouTube
Edge Question 2009 What will change everything? Read my response – Artificial, self replicating meme machines.
How to get rid of religion – a memetic view by Floris van den Berg
Imitation makes us human Extract.
The Loo Roll meme !
More criticisms from Mary Midgley
Virus of the mind Jolyon Troscianko
This site began with the Bristol based memelab. I hope to provide a simple, but useful, resource for finding out what is happening in the world of memes and memetics.
Links to other memes
Sue’s publications on memes.
To watch or listen …
Interview on memes with Karol Jalochowski, with subtitles in Polish, Jan 2012
Internet memes on The Pod Delusion 2010
C-Realm podcast – Sue talks to KMO about memes, drugs and Zen. 28 Jan 2009
Genes, memes and temes. Lecture at TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) Monterey, CA, 28 Feb 2008
Is God a dangerous delusion? A debate with Alister McGrath at Bristol University, 13.11.2007
Darwin Day Lecture “Darwin’s Meme: On the origin of culture by means of natural selection” , , University of Central Lancashire, 12.02.07 Abstract
The Sci Phi Show – Outcast #8, Interview on Memes, 21 August 2006
The Future of Memetics audio of a lecture given at Pop!Tech 2005
To read ….
my blog at CiF is about Internet memes April 2011
The Edge Question 2010. How is the Internet changing the way you think? See my response on Self and the Third Replicator as well as previous answers.
Articles in New Humanist – Natural selection applies to everything, in Aesthetica – Memes, Creativity and Consciousness, and follow up to Massimo Pigliucci’s objections to memetics in Skeptical Inquirer 2008.
Art and memes article
Interview for NextModernity Library.
Review of Richerson and Boyd’s new book Not by Genes Alone.
Interview for GEO magazine (German), December 2003 Die Tyrannei der Meme.
Interview with Pascal Jouxtel for the la Socit Francophone de Mmtique, inboth French and English
Memes in Japan
… and Old (1997)! Interview with Andrew Brown for Salon Magazine
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Posted: July 31, 2016 at 5:48 am
“When one tries to rise above Nature one is liable to fall below it… Consider, Watson, that the material, the sensual, the worldly would all prolong their worthless lives. The spiritual would not avoid the call to something higher. It would be the survival of the least fit. What sort of cesspool may not our poor world become?”
Sherlock Holmes, The Adventure of the Creeping Man
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Teague: The trick isn’t living forever, Jackie. The trick is living with yourself forever.
Blackbeard: I’m a bad man.
Kumori: Can you imagine if da Vinci had continued to live, to study, to paint, to invent? That the remarkable accomplishments of his lifetime could have continued through the centuries rather than dying in the dim past? Can you imagine going to see Beethoven in concert? Taking a theology class taught by Martin Luther? Attending a symposium hosted by Einstein? Think, Dresden. It boggles the mind.
“Her only sin was that she loved life and all the meanings of life,” said the Stygian girl. “To win life she courted death. She could not bear to think of growing old and shriveled and worn, and dying at last as hags die. She wooed Darkness like a lover and his gift was life-life that, not being life as mortals know it, can never grow old and fade. She went into the shadows to cheat age and death ”
Narrator: [singing] Oh Marceline! Why are you so mean?
Marceline: ‘[singing back] I’m not mean, I’m a thousand years old, and I just lost track of my moral code.
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Posted: at 4:22 am
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As the leader in destination cruising, Oceania Cruises sails to more than 330 ports around the globe. Itineraries are unique in that they call on the perfect mix of must-see marquee and boutique, off-the-beaten-path ports. Multiple overnight calls afford an in-depth, enriching destination experience and allow travelers to immerse themselves in the cuisine, culture and history of the ports we visit.
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Posted: at 4:07 am
Cryptocurrencyis conquering the world of currencies and finance in a way wecould not even imaginefive years ago
In this next video, Wences Casares, the founder and CEO of Xapo, a Swiss-based Bitcoin wallet and vault company takes us through a short but compelling history of money. In less than 15 minutes you will hear what is so special and monumental about Bitcoin and real cryptocurrency like YOcoin.
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Posted: July 12, 2016 at 6:26 am
NeuroStar TMS Therapy is an FDA-cleared safe and effective non-drug depression treatment for patients who are not satisfied with the results of standard drug therapy. This novel treatment option provides benefits without the side effects often associated with antidepressant medication.2,3,4
NeuroStar TMS (transcranial magnetic stimulation) Therapy2:
Facts about NeuroStar TMS Depression Treatment
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NeuroStar TMS Therapy is indicated for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder in adult patients who have failed to receive satisfactory improvement from prior antidepressant medication in the current episode.
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The most common side effect is pain or discomfort at or near the treatment site. These events are transient; they occur during the TMS treatment course and do not occur for most patients after the first week of treatment. There is a rare risk of seizure associated with the use of NeuroStar TMS (
NeuroStar TMS Therapy should not be used with patients who have non-removable conductive metal in or near the head.
NeuroStar TMS Therapy has not been studied in patients who have not received prior antidepressant treatment.
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Posted: at 5:33 am
Infowars.com October 22, 2010
Alan Watt continues to divulge his fascinating in-depth insights into how culture is created from the top down and used by the elite to manipulate and pervert natural human instincts towards their own ends. Every change in culture, right down to fashion and music, points out Watt citing Plato, had to be authorized and promoted from the top. This science of mass mind control is still taught today by the insiders and mediums such as television are used as weapons of social control to prevent humanity from ever realizing its full potential.
Watt talks about how the elite technocrats plan for the long term, in 50, 100 and even 150 year cycles in which to implement the different aspects of their agenda, and how each cultural shift was deliberately timed to be implemented at a certain time. The current cultural bombardment surrounds the emergence of neo-eugenics, with big foundations and organizations like the Optimum Population Trust pushing the idea that humans are superfluous, virus-like, and therefore worthless.
Watt discusses how sperm counts across Europe and America have dropped at an alarming rate of up to 80 per cent over the past 50 years, and how the medias complete ignorance of this crisis proves that it was authorized as a deliberate program of de-population. Watt traces the program back to its origins in the 1950s, where synthetic female hormones like estrogen were put in baby foods by companies like Proctor and Gamble, as well as baby milk bottles washed with Bisphenol A, the very substance that attacks male genitalia and prevents it from developing properly. Watt also outlines how Bisphenol A in womens cosmetic products contributes to toxifying their bodies, leading to an environment for male babies that leads them to have a reduced sperm count or even become sterile.The foundation of the agenda can be discovered in the writings of people like Bertrand Russell and the Huxley brothers, who talked about the need to sterilize the masses as far back as the 1930s.
Watt also divulges how the elites ultimate goal for every human allowed to be born is for them to serve the state and be deceived into accepting this enslavement as a natural form of existence. The elites greatest fear is that the inferiors will out-breed the superiors, which is why they continually push neo-eugenics and are obsessed with inter-breeding to keep their own genetics intellectually pure.
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Posted: July 10, 2016 at 5:53 pm
Feature Video now available The Genomic Landscape of Breast Cancer in Women of African Ancestry
On Tuesday, June 7, Olufunmilayo I. Olopade, M.D., F.A.C.P., presented The Genomic Landscape of Breast Cancer in Women of African Ancestry, the final lecture in the 2016 Genomics and Health Disparities Lecture Series. Dr. Olufunmilayo is director of the Center for Clinical Cancer Genetics at the University of Chicago School of Medicine. Read more | Watch the video
The NHGRI History of Genomics Program closed its six-part seminar series featuring Human Genome Project (HGP) participants who helped launch the HGP with the talk: The Genome is for Life, by David Bentley, D.Phil., on Thursday, May 26th. Dr. Bentley is vice president and chief scientist at Illumina Inc. His long-term research interest is the study of human sequence variation and its impact on health and disease. Read more about the series
In this issue of The Genomics Landscape, we feature the use of model organisms to explore the function of genes implicated in human disease. This month’s issue also highlights a recently completed webinar series to help professionals in the health insurance industry understand genetic testing, new funding for training in genomic medicine research, and NHGRI’s Genome Statute and Legislation Database. Read more
Cristina Kapusti, M.S., has been named chief of the Policy and Program Analysis Branch (PPAB) at the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI). In her new role, she will oversee policy activities and evaluation as well as program reporting and assessment to support institute priorities. PPAB is a part of the Division of Policy, Communications and Education (DPCE), whose mission is to promote the understanding and application of genomic knowledge to advance human health and society. Read more
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Posted: July 5, 2016 at 11:44 pm
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T_MJ12 asked, via Twitter:
What do you think of David Icke’s way of explaining the Illuminati agenda?… He talks about a reptilian agenda.
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I found your channel 2 days ago, and I’m so glad I did. You gave me a reinforced grounding that learning to always be in tune is a place I can be. I wish I had a really good question. I’m also glad that I’m not currently stuck by any obstacles. Is there any advice you can give for moments that just seem dead? Not pushing anything but no desire for excitement. When I don’t know what to do, what do I do?
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hello! i was hoping you might be willing to share your opinion of the teacher drunvalo melchizedek. i tend to be very skeptical of whose information i can trust and depend on, and so far you have given absolutely no sign of misleading information. every on of your videos I watch continues to help me on my path, so i truly respect your opinion and advice. this man seems untrustworthy, but i may be wrong.
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I have a question I’ve been wondering about for a while. Are we supposed to love and respect all people, no matter how mean spirited they are? Are some people inherently bad? If someone were to say, kill my family, am I supposed to have love and compassion for that person, and not wish for justice?
cigiss asked, via YouTube:
I have a question that is sort of linked to alykasa’s: is it ok to have expectations of people? sometimes you feel that they mistreat or disconsider you. are you supposed to just accept them as they are, and just limit the time you spend with them if they hurt you? can you tell me why they hurt you, or is that not delicate? i want to be honest with myself and the one who is hurting me. i usually build things up inside and deeply suffer and i can’t seem to find balance with some.
JyAppeljoos asked, via Twitter:
Do you have any take on the concept of entheogens? New video topic, maybe?
Please note: the order in which these questions are listed here differed from the order in which they are answered in the video. Also, my camera ran out of batteries towards the beginning of the response to Jy’s question about entheogens, so… he was right: it became the topic of a new video! I’ll link that video here once it’s fully uploaded.
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Some of the topics in Introduction to Artificial Intelligence will build on probability theory and linear algebra. You should have understanding of probability theory comparable to that covered in our Intro to Statistics course.
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Learn actively! You will retain more of what you learn if you take notes, draw diagrams, make notecards, and actively try to make sense of the material.
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