Physical Memory On Sixty Minutes

If you get a chance, see this Sunday’s Sixty Minutes segment on “autobiographical memory.” My first impression is that the people profiled have access to their physical memories so that they can recount every day of their life. It seems that they recapture the feeling they experience, and that the feeling can be correlated to a specific date in a way that is reminiscent of how my dog Illo knew what time I had to get up. The memory comes back into their awareness but in a way that they are actually reliving that particular day’s experience rather than remembering it. Interestingly, they also seem to have a mild form of OCD which in my energy theory is about keeping things in stasis as a protective device from the sensation of disequilibrium. When these people are brain scanned, certain brain structures are over sized and I’m therefore wondering if these are related to the subliminal beam of attention by which the physical center of gravity serves as the core kernel of a physical memory embedded in the body. Very engrossing and provocative segment on research that is challenging the current theories of memory.

Published December 20, 2010 by Kevin Behan
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