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Could 'Total Recall' become a reality ?

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Scientists have been able to successfully implant memories of events that never happened in to mice.

Scientists genetically modified mice so that their brain cells produced a light sensitive chemical when they formed new memories. This allowed them to use flashes of light to alter the way their brains formed memories, making the mice believe they had an experience they had not.

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Well, that happens to me all the time, but I call it my spouse.

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Well, that happens to me all the time, but I call it my spouse.

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LOL!!!

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ooooooooooo' What if this was done to the Tsarnaev brothers. . . . . . :innocent:

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Reading the article, I'd say untill we don't bioengineer ourself we'll be safe

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This will not be good.

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Id love a trip around the rings of Saturn! Sign me up. Next ill try that secret agent from Mars.

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Makes me wish I had three hands.

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I can maybe see a practical application for things like PTSD, but this is still a very slippery slope if tested on humans...

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