This is Extremely Dangerous–Rough Type: Nicholas Carr’s Blog: Remembering to forget

I’m beginning to think that this if ready for human ingestion must be regulated.

I believe primarily for people with depression or people who can’t cope with the memory. Basically suicide risks.

We learn by experience and personally pain for me leads to compassion and if we erase every painful memory then maybe we cease to really exist.

The memory losses, report the authors, are “not caused by disrupting the retrieval access to the stored information but are, rather, due to the active erasure of the stored memories.” The erasure, moreover, “is highly restricted to the memory being retrieved while leaving other memories intact. Therefore, our study reveals a molecular genetic paradigm through which a given memory, such as new or old fear memory, can be rapidly and specifically erased in a controlled and inducible manner in the brain.”

Rough Type: Nicholas Carr’s Blog: Remembering to forget.