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[[memes]] are non euclidean in a sense and exist in a self referential manner which makes measurement so difficult.
 
[[memes]] are non euclidean in a sense and exist in a self referential manner which makes measurement so difficult.
   
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The [[zeno effect]]
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now this applied to memetics would be the effect seen of once trying to name a pattern or meme or even archetype, abstracts it. as soon as you try to touch it, it eludes you.
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like the paradoxical nature of a strange loop, this also affects memes.
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even as a case of itself, the naming of a meme, has rendered it confusing for many, it creates associations.
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thus being subject to [[Memetic_Drift]]
   
 
== propagation ==
 
== propagation ==

Latest revision as of 15:20, 13 March 2019

Memetic metrics.[edit]

memes are non euclidean in a sense and exist in a self referential manner which makes measurement so difficult.


The zeno effect now this applied to memetics would be the effect seen of once trying to name a pattern or meme or even archetype, abstracts it. as soon as you try to touch it, it eludes you. like the paradoxical nature of a strange loop, this also affects memes. even as a case of itself, the naming of a meme, has rendered it confusing for many, it creates associations.

thus being subject to Memetic_Drift

propagation[edit]

persistence[edit]

entropy[edit]

  • barriers to entry

impact[edit]

fidelity[edit]

fecundity[edit]

longevity[edit]

size[edit]

  • relation to complexity

scale[edit]

abstraction distance[edit]

  • as implied by abstraction node