Posted May 05, 2018 09:48:07 The most important part of learning is being able to create good memes, according to Harvard biology professor Andrew Klare.
He wrote a new book, Autosome: A Meme Dictionary of Evolutionary Biological Concepts.
Klare has published his book, The Meme Encyclopedia of Evolution, on the Harvard University Press website, and is co-author with his brother-in-law, Mark Klare, of The Memes That Make Us Human: A Dictionary of Symbolic Systems.
The book is out in paperback and Kindle on May 10.
The brothers are now focusing on the next big trend in memes: Autosomal diversity.
“We know that the more diverse a population is, the more likely it is that they are going to produce more genes,” Mark Klasare said.
The two brothers are working to figure out how to do this by studying the evolution of genes, not just how many there are.
Mark Klase said that when they were kids, they’d come home from school and see the same two kids playing on the same team.
Now they’re trying to figure that out.
The siblings have created a database of nearly 800,000 genes, the genes that determine the way the body works.
They’ll then look for genes that have an impact on other genes, including ones that might be needed for the development of tissues.
That way, they can look for ways to use them to create better memes.
The books idea came about after they saw a study by the Klases that showed that when the two brothers saw the same people playing, they would use their favorite word to describe them.
That made them think, “We might be able to make better memes from that word,” Mark said.
That’s when they started to think, why not use it as a starting point to try to create memes that were more diverse?
Klases work is still ongoing, and the brothers are not sure yet what to expect.
But he is looking forward to the challenges of it.
“I think that the work of our research will be invaluable to the field in creating the next generation of memes,” Mark wrote on the university’s website.
“This will be an interesting and exciting project for us as we seek to create more effective memes.”
The brothers say they are also interested in using their knowledge to better understand the origins of the internet.
They hope to work with other groups to help identify what memes are being made from.