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Originally posted by asala
Hmm while reading this in many of the UK news papers this morning and also online.. It makes me wonder what the real agenda is here,
However, this sounds new.. We all know that this is not "coughs" MKULTRA" and many other secret government projects,
Anyway, this is the Article,
A drug which appears to erase painful memories has been developed by scientists.
The astonishing treatment could help sufferers of post-traumatic stress disorder and those whose lives are plagued by hurtful recurrent memories.
But British experts said the breakthrough raises disturbing ethical questions about what makes us human.
They also warned it could have damaging psychological consequences, preventing those who take it from learning from their mistakes
Read more: www.dailymail.co.uk...
Read the article in full to get the gist,
My issue here is that this could be majorly miss used, I understand that people who have major trauma's in life find it hard to continue with those thoughts ect but as humans I believe that we need the bad with the good in order to grow and change,
How far could this go and how out of hand could this get?
So sure, they plan to use it on those with trauma but where does it stop?
Could we really put our trust in the people that would be prescribing this? Opps you know too much and opps now you can remember anything.....
It seems the answer to everything these days is "here swallow this"
Again, I think experience's what ever they may be shape us as people, some would say there’s no pain no gain,
I believe this would be messing with nature and that’s never a good thing!
IMO anyway, I would be very interested in your thoughts on this...