Ok, I'm back. Let's do this thuroughly. Although before I continue I can't stress enough that I actually don't believe in this my self, I'm just
as much a believer as any debunker in this thread and I'm only doing this to basically sharpen my reason and logic.
To WaxPineapple and everybody else>
I got to thinking about possible ways this might've happened yesterday and I reached the conclusion that if this went down I must have written these
things after the actual abduction. Now, if you look at the searches they suggest something's already happened, "memories ufo" more so, because if
you add the word "of" to that semi-sentance you get something sorta comprehensible, "memories of ufo", sorta says it all. "no memory" suggests I
know something about to happen, or that I'm maybe feeling it happen as I write. But that's not the only reasons, the main one is that an actual
memory erasing device would have to be used at the last moment possible, so that it could erase every memory up to that point, it's pure logic.
Also last night in bed I remembered my stepdad actually studied the human mind and memory, so I gave him a call just now. He says there's a very well
documented case called 'The case of N' wich tells the story of a doctor splitting a patients brain in half to counter his epilepsy attacks (they
didn't actually cut the brain in half, just the 'connector' between the brain halfs, I forget what it's called). This person lost all near memory,
and was completely oblivious about it. You could walk into a room with him, introduce yourself and start a conversation with him, but after a while if
you asked him how the conversation started he wouldn't know, you'd then walk out of the room, wait a couple of seconds, walk in a again and he'd
have no recollection of what just happened. This suggests a mighty weapon for theoretical aliens. Now, humans can't point and say "This is the
memory part of the human brain", my dad said you'd have the noble price on a platter if you could, but if aliens could, and could temporarily shut
down that part of the brain they could come and go as they please in Anyones life, awake or not, and the person in question would be none the wiser
after the experience. Basically what 'The case of N' shows is that we 'could' be taken any time we're alone, awake or not, be returned and as the
effects of a theoretical memory erasing device slowly wears off we'd be none the wiser. Pretty scary, and striking.
Yarcofin> I think I've covered this pretty well by now with this post. This must've happened after the actual abduction and as I said yesterday I
must've simply typed it into my firefox google search bar before I lost all memories of the event. About the missing time though. If we assume that
they can tinker with our memory there's actually no way of determing if we have any missing time unless you've been out for a long time and missed
some event we'd planned going to or something like that. They would simply be able to flick our memory to 'off', do their stuff and go, and we'd
just go about with our lives unaffected.
I'd say to take the suggetion of following the searched links in case you are meant to read something, it may even jog your memory
I wouldn't rule out the possiblity that a family member made these searches. Not as a prank, but maybe they have an intersst in the topic themselves,
but you just don't know it.
Again, thanks for the suggestion but when I do those searches pure nonsense comes back. Also, this is my computer and I'm the only one that uses it
I'm afriad. Sure, there's always the possibility that someone else could've made those searches, but I'll just put that in the same folder as the
possibility that I simply don't remember doing the searches for completely natural reasons. Also you said "Even if it is true that aliens abduct, I
am not so sure they block your memories. The person probably does that to themselves...". I'm fairly open about most everything in this world and I
am a man in the sence that I'm not afraid of the unknown. We (humans) are learning just now the complex nature of the human mind and how to control
certain elements of it and we haven't gotten a long way on the road to understanding what memory is, as is my perception. If we can assume such
'ridiculous' things as aliens visiting us we can also assume they know a heck of a lot more about our physiology than we do. Just saying this isn't
something I've repressed.
Briggs> It's not only that I can't remember the searches, it's the nature of the searches wich makes this discussable that's all. I have told my
self that I should leave marks for me to find later on if that's possible, as that's the smart thing to do if you know you're being abducted, and
this was something I'd recently though of, so it was fresh in my mind. And I'm not upset, not any more anyways.
ND124> It's possible, and actually most probably if you think about it. But as I explained I'm as much of a believer in this as you are, I'm just
keeping my mind on edge, and yours.
Once agian, I'm simply theorizing about this, it's good workout. Sorry about the lengthy post, but I had a good time and I hope I boggled a few
minds out there.