Re: is forgetting adaptive?

From: Wade T.Smith (
Date: Sun Mar 10 2002 - 14:22:41 GMT

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    On Sunday, March 10, 2002, at 07:51 , Scott Chase wrote:

    > If something is no longer current or pressing, why remember it?
    > Wouldn't it be better for this memory (or at least its particulars) to
    > recede, allowing space for newer, more pertinent, information?

    If time would only stand still, we would remember everything.

    - Wade

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