Meme Encoding is the theoretical process by which an individual's mental essense (plotted typically through a full scan fMRI) is fragmented and double-byte encoded within Compuserve Gif memes.

Professor Itchi Nakamura of Penn State University's School of Neuroscience first postulated the idea of Meme Encoding in 2010 after seeing the spread and persistence of internet memes.

Some success has been achieved by force injecting encrypted "sticky" memory commands in "Mandela Effect" memes.

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