posted on Jul, 26 2013 @ 10:07 AM
This does sound scary, and I am sure such things have already been tested on people for various mind control purposes. However, it has some very
For example, what if a drug addict volunteers to have their memories altered so that they believe they've never used so-and-so drug and do not
remember the associated feelings? This could revolutionize treatment for addicts. Another possible use would be with sex abuse victims, especially as
children. I'm sure many victims of various sex crimes would love to erase the event from their minds. It is not uncommon for pedophiles and
child-harmers to have been abused themselves; erasing their memories of such life events may help "rehabilitate" them.
Soldiers coming back from war who have suffered traumatic events could have these events erased from their minds.
It could cure PTSD overnight.
The list goes on and on, and I think if studied and implemented properly, this could actually have legitimate uses.