reply to post by daisyglaze
I think it is more likely, for most of us, normal human deficits in memory processing. If you read about how memories are made and stored and
retrieved, it's a delicate process prone to glitches. I do suppose what you are proposing is possible. I just don't think it is probable. It
would be far too much risk for very little payoff. They would be more likely to work with volunteers or a carefully selected and controllable pool of
test subjects than random members of the public at large.
I just happen to be revisiting this thread because I recently discovered Doris Day is still alive and I could have sworn she had passed some time ago.
I do chalk that one up to lack of attention and faulty memory. Still I wanted to see if anyone else had mentioned her on this thread.