Thread started: May 27 2007, 9:33 PM EDT
First, the "dead" theory is impossible for me to evaluate. I have been clinicly dead, with CPR, and the obligitory craked ribs that come with it. I'd love to say I saw God, had some cosmic insight, whatever, but am sorry to report I just don't remenber,(except when I woke up, which was a whole new adventure in pain). I do like the idea of an experiment we (humans) might conduct, perhaps with some variant of the following: US/USSR,perhaps others did a lot of work on selective memory manipulation starting in the 1950's.You may have heard of MK-ULTRA,a way to "de-pattern",in effect remove the personality,memories using drugs(notably LSD),and re-program the person for whatever.The media has said we wanted to create a Manchurian Candidate, a trojan horse that is just fine untill said person was "activated". This created not said candidate, but usually persons with severe disfunction,psycosis,etc.But removing a memory of how/when some one got some where, that in theory,is a lot simpler,with out having a total psycological melt down. The problem is in ethics.If people don't remember signing on to this, in theory, thats not ethical. Of course there are countries that don't give a dam about that...Just think of how many people go missing in just the US each year.A whole lot.
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