Re: Venus

Hara Ra (
Thu, 30 Jan 1997 00:51:57 -0800

Mark Grant wrote:

> Not neccesarily. That's what I mean for 'objective' memories, but for
> 'subjective' memories I mean that they actually happened at the time when
> I remember them happening. For example that I thought a particular thought
> at a particular time and didn't just make up that memory later on.
Not quite. There have been experiments in creating false memories which
even more vivid than true ones. I am sure that similar methods can be
used to
create false memories of having memories of thinking various thoughts.
"real", "vivid", and "true" as components of a memory just as the
contents are.

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