Say goodbye to bad memory

Do you have a really bad memory or a past heartache that you would like and love to forget? Researchers at the Harvard and Mcgill University in Montreal, Canada,are working on an amnesia drug that blocks or deleted bad memories. This technique seems to allow psychiatrists to disrupt the biochemical pathways that allow a memory to be recalled.

The Journal of Psychiatric Research said that a drug called propanolol is used along with therapy to dampen memories of trauma victims. Scientists were able to remove a specific memory from brains of selected rats while leaving the rest of the other animals’ memories intact. An amnesia drug called U0126 was registered.

Ok, so maybe the ugly and painful memories can be removed, but I think the emotional signatures will still remain. And NO ONE can remove one’s emotions.

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One Comment on “Say goodbye to bad memory”

  1. batguano101 Says:

    Clearly these institutions are not reading the material released from FIA data of
    MKUltra, Monarch Project, Project Bluebird and other previously classified research
    into mind control.

    Removing and creating “memory” has already been documented along with the techniques of Ritual Abuse Trauma carried out on innocent citizens involuntarily within these and other intelligence and defense related research on mind control.

    Covert applications of these techniques are being used today inside the USA.

    Perhaps the current researchers aim is to bring forth a sanitized version for public announcement and publication. If we as a nation can rationalize and embrace torture as a norm, the use of Ritual Abuse Trauma (R.A.T.) can be rationalized. They are overlapping.


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