From: Wade T. Smith (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 06 May 2003 - 12:06:06 GMT
On Tuesday, May 6, 2003, at 04:17 AM, Dace wrote:
> How can anyone remember something that never happened?
It's called 'false memory' whether or not you want to include the
'syndrome', and, yes, people can very well remember things that never happened and couldn't have happened.
Memory is a dynamic process of the mind, not just a library of
experiences, but one of the toolkits of the imagination.
What you _were_ heralding, remember it or not, was the concept of
'morphic fields', which are part of Sheldrake's lunatic explanation of nature.
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