Re: Canadian Extropians

From: Spike Jones (
Date: Sat Oct 07 2000 - 15:36:26 MDT

> Alex Bokov wrote:
> >
> >So, is being a Canadian a genetic or a cultural thing? There certainly is
> >a vastly increased likelihood of being a Canadian if one or both of one's
> >parents are. On the other hand (and despite the efforts of various
> >immigration bureaucrats) there are many documented cases of non-Canadians
> >becoming Canadians and vice versa. Perhaps this is an example of
> >delayed-onsent incomplete Lamarkian heterozygous pleiotropic pseudo
> >codominance.

Could be, Alex. I know of identical twins where one was Canadian and
the other wasnt. You never know, tho, the non-Canadian mighta just
been *saying* he wasnt Canadian. He went to a religious revival or
something where they convinced him it is possible for one to become
a naturalized non-Canadian, even if one had been one. spike

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