Before discussing the objects and monuments most significant to Hinduism, begin with an introduction of the basic tenets of the religion itself.
Memetics deals with information transfer, specifically cultural information in society. The basic idea is to conflate the exchange of information between people with genetic material, to track the mutation of ideas as they are transmitted from one person to the next in the way you could track viral transmissions and mutations.
However, a meme also provides benefits to the carrier if they spread it.
These words are memetic, and if you understand them then they are having a completely ordinary memetic effect on you. Memetics in regards to SCP objects tends to focus on the impossible rather than the mundane, regarding effects that are transmitted via information.
In general, the effects themselves should remain in the realm of information. A memetic SCP would be more likely to be a phrase that makes you think you have wings as opposed to a phrase that makes you actually grow a pair of wings.
If you write up magic words that make people grow wings, it should be described as something other than memetic. Memetic SCPs do not emanate auras or project beams.
They are SCPs which involve ideas and symbols which trigger a response in those who understand them. Memetics is not a thing that emanates in an aura. Memetic is often incorrectly used by new personnel as the official sounding term for "Weird Mind Shit.
These words are memetic. They are producing a memetic effect in your mind right now, without any magical mind rays lashing out of your computer monitor to grasp your fragile consciousness. Memes are information, more specifically, cultural information.
Outside of the Foundation's walls the concept of memetics is not taken very seriously; it is a theory that conflates the transfer of cultural information with evolutionary biology.
Also, it is easy to compare the spread and mutation of information to the spread of a virus. The reason we use the term memetic in our work is largely due to this, as the truly dangerous memes out there can spread like wildfire due to the fact that the very knowledge of them can count as an infection.
Understanding the true nature of memetic threats is critical to surviving them. You cannot wear a special set of magical goggles made of telekill to protect yourself from a meme. If you just read those words in your head with a bad Teutonic accent, congratulations on being victim to yet another memetic effect.
If you did not know that phrase was an oft-repeated quote from the Simpsons then congratulations; you are now infected with that knowledge and are free to participate in its spread.This article is Part 2 of a multipart series looking at the statistics gathered from choruses, verses, etc.
of popular songs to discover the answer to some interesting questions about . Introduction This essay contains a description of several famous malicious computer programs (e.g., computer viruses and worms) that caused extensive harm, and it reviews the legal consequences of each incident, including the nonexistent or lenient punishment of the program's author.
The Ultimate Burrito has all your nutrients from 9 whole ingredients in the most cost effective, time efficient, and environmentally friendly form. This webpage is for Dr.
Wheeler's literature students, and it offers introductory survey information concerning the literature of classical China, classical Rome, classical Greece, the Bible as Literature, medieval literature, Renaissance literature, and genre studies. I am privileged to have grown up in a house filled with books.
I don’t remember learning to read; I simply recall booksthose that felt beneath me, those that seemed forever beyond comprehension. Two years later, in June , Stapp made his last run on the Whiz, absorbing more than 35 Gs of deceleration in the forward position.
By then he'd also survived a 46 G run with a rate of onset of Gs per second, and a 38 G run with an onset of nearly