Who am I?

This story is almost four years old, but for some reason I keep forgetting to post it. Is it possible that my memory is getting erased:

Targeted memory erasure is no longer limited to the realm of science fiction. A new study describes a method through which a selected set of memories can be rapidly and specifically erased from the mouse brain in a controlled and inducible manner. New and old memories have been selectively and safely removed from mice by scientists.

“While memories are great teachers and obviously crucial for survival and adaptation, selectively removing incapacitating memories, such as traumatic war memories or an unwanted fear, could help many people live better lives,” says Dr. Joe Z. Tsien, brain scientist and co-director of the Brain & Behavior Discovery Institute at the Medical College of Georgia School of Medicine.

Where am I? What is this blog thing-ee? Why am I typing? Why am I in this uniform?

4 thoughts on “Who am I?

  1. I’m in the same boat with CoffeyPot. I don’t need any scientist erasing my mouse brain.

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