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It's disorienting because a considerable part of my neural growth was shaped by that memory... That memory caused ripples across the tissues of my mind, so to speak
Originally posted by Gentill Abdulla
reply to post by Death_Kron
HE would only remember erasing the memory. Not the memory itself. He can still retain the memory of erasing the memory.
Originally posted by smyleegrl
With regards to the memory, have you truly erased it? Could you reaccess it now, if you tried?
Originally posted by Albastion
When you recall a memory you are actually changing the memory itself because you are looking from your current perspective.
I've heard of memories that were "blocked out" by the subconscious, but that doesn't mean they were overwritten. It's more likely they were just caged up in a shuttered room way back in the back of the mind, where they forever lurk in a neurochemical stasis.
Originally posted by Death_Kron
If you know that particulary memory shaped part of your neural growth then your still remembering the memory thus it hasn't been erased.
Originally posted by cjcord
Jim Carrey and Kate Winslet did it better.
Originally posted by Doc Velocity
I know it was there, a bitter old thing, and I exerted... well... something... and it was just gone.