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Ocean Yearbook, Volume 9 by Norton Ginsburg

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Dennett further points out that the law may change the consequences of the models themselves. As genes can provide an evolving behavior, they can also provide for evolving mental models. Flexible organisms can change their models and pay more attention to versions, which have shown that they are the best guide to action. We all know what it means different things to try and figure out which ones work. Models need not be instinctive; they can develop in one lifetime. Dumb animals, but rarely transmit his new understanding. It disappears from the brain, which initially produced them, because the accumulated mental models is not imprinted in the genes. However, even the silent animals can imitate each other, creating memes and culture. A female monkey in Japan invented a way to use water to separate the grains of sand; others quickly learn to do the same. In human cultures, their language and pictures, valuable new models of how the world works can outlast their creators and spread worldwide.



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