Scientists have discovered how to delete memories.
I just want to know how they do it. I don't care if it's "useful" for whatever they say it is.
The problem with this technology is that it ultimately can go against knowledge itself, at least in an individual level. What I mean is, they can just throw us in a cave far away from civilization, delete our memories and replace them with new ones to make us think we're cavemans. And we wouldn't even notice, if the information is as impressive as it sounds. It's a saddening thought, and I hope it's something that isn't easy to do as they make it look like. If it's impossible, or deleting / replacing memories has to met a very, very specific criteria, then phew.
>I actually want to be able to digitally save my memories, in video or images
Jesus, what a waste of effort and resources.
Go ask any married couple two questions:
1) How much did you pay for a professional photographer for your wedding?
2) How many years since you last looked at any of those pictures?
Or got to the zoo.
Thousands of people shooting pictures on their phones that they'll never look at.
If you want to know what an ocelot looks like, go to Google image search.
Live in the moment.
> Has science gone too far?
No, when I can get over-the-counter forgetting pills that will be just far enough.
>tfw I can finally add a memory of having a long and loving relationship with a gf and we finally part ways mutually after years of fun and love.