No way, but I refine my argument based on the comments.
I agree with Rosco on most of the points, despite he feels otherwise.
I -from a space-age perspective- view humanity as a site specific installation, where the genes (DNA) define the theme, but the environment (the site) affects the memes that people copy. Also the memes have feedback on the theme itself, thus influencing it.
Marshall McMulan points out the differentiation of our species when humanity started clothing and built shelter, leading towards a society eventually.
If clothing is an extension of our private skins to store and channel
our own heat and energy, housing is a collective means of achieving
the same end for the family or the group. Housing as shelter is an
extension of our bodily heat-control mechanisms --a collective skin
or garment. Cities are an even further extension of bodily organs to
accommodate the needs of large groups.
(Isn’t it parallel with Rousseau’s Back to Nature?)
Donna Haraway in an interview (1996, but the idea roots back to mid 70s) dates the appearance of
cyborg to a more recent point:
"Cyborg is not about ‘we have always already been cyborgs’, it’s about specifically mid and late twentieth century historical production."
The two idea overlaps, perhaps there is a causal-effect relation in meme culture and technical advancement.
Electricity and lately the semi-conductor technology just accelerated the advancement. Almost like super additives in chemical reaction, therefore I would argue distinguishing between homo sapiens and homo sapiens sapiens was necessary.
On a contemporary aspect some of us are pioneering advancement, some of us are technological inborn yet enjoying the benefits of augmentation. Some come to the conclusion of depending on technology when it’s no longer granted.
Maybe feminists have similar arguments, saying:
-One can only be feminist if marching on protests.
-Or only if supports Emma Watson.
-And also Katlyn Jenner…
Then one says: Maybe if I believe to be feminist that makes me feminist.
Then the other replies: Bollocks! You were born with a vagina, you are woman, no point mis-sub-categorizing it!
…you know, at the end of the day all has a valid point.