Grandad, do you have problems remembering things?
I do. Names in particular. I have to make lists of all the nieces, grand nieces, nephews and grand nephews and learn them by heart.
You always get my name right.
Well, it's the same as your mother's and her mothers.
I get into trouble at school if I forget things.
Oh those awful maths things and the names in science. Real...
Loughborough University students have conducted the largest study into what allows some people to remember people's names better than others and have come to the remarkable conclusion that it is directly proportional to the number of cuddly toys owne...
CHESTER, Pa. (WTFM) --- It was a hot, summer afternoon in mid-August, 1962, when a twelve-year-old Robert Tiller and his younger brother, Pete, decided they would bury a jar of pennies in their backyard.
Two years later, they decided to dig it...
A diary of one man's (Using the term man lossely) utter failure, depression, frustration, cock-ups, and impecuniousness, starting in August 1947
The Night of the Call-Out!
The client requested two Security Officer to cover for the night, for their own guards who had both reported in sick. To cover a meeting/party of executives party.
It was at a posh mansion just outside Leice...
A diary of one man's utter failure, depression, frustration, cock-ups, and impecuniousness, starting in August 1947
Chapter 84 - The Inter-Department Quiz
I was working as fresh fruit/wet fish dep't manager, at the Nottingham Cooperative Society's Department store, the food hall in the basement.
It was not a happy tome for me at all. The place and staff were very cliquey.
So it surprise...
Muddled, Yowling, Absurd and Silly Scientist (MYASS) has announced the results of a ten year 200 million dollar government sponsored study that reveals that memory and wealth are intertwined.
"Our findings are unprecedented in the scientific wor...
When we enter a room, we often forget what we came in for. The reason is that doorways trigger a host of emotional scenarios which block out rather mundane things like picking up your slippers, or changing your socks.
According to psychologists (w...
Many is the time that people are involved in arguments where one party claims that they said or did not say something that the other argument starter clearly remembers that they did. Without proof, there was nothing that could be done.
A story of one man's utter failure, depression, frustration, and poverty, starting in August 1947
Chapter One: The Arrival
It must have been a moving moment when the mid-wife handed the new born bundle of gooey 1lb 12oz of scrawny baby, wrapped tenderly in a bloodied pillow case, over into the hands of its loving Park Drive smoke and ash covered mother, as she lay cursing the father of this un...
There is currently an intense debate in the Behavioural and Cognitive Science field over the reliability of memory.
On one side of the debate are those who believe that everything we see, do, touch, smell or hear goes into memory somewhere although not all of it can be retrieved. On the other side are those that think that memory is malleable, approximated and unreliable.
"I seem to recall r...
Bertrum Wallins from the National Hemp Foundation was scheduled for a 9:00AM press conference yesterday in Washington D.C., but cancelled the event at the last minute. Insiders at the NHF say that Wallins had lost the actual report.
Melbourne, FL - According to Dr. Squirlman, going on a diet and losing 50 pounds improves memory. In a study of 100 middle-aged subjects, just concluded, preliminary review of the raw data shows that memory of the subjects improved tremendously.
A taste for celery is one that many people never acquire, but scientists have just given them a reason to eat it.
They have discovered that a chemical found in high concentrations in celery - and in peppers - could halt memory loss as we get older...
Have you ever entered an unfamiliar place and all of a sudden felt that you'd been there before? These types of sensations and others like them happen to people all over the world, everyday. Up until a few years ago, science was at a loss to explain...
A new study by Psychologists at the University of Jutland claims that having a break after learning something might help the brain to remember it.
Even a short rest might prove useful, the new research headed by Professor Jens Convolvulus suggests...
Oxford, England: In a breakthrough for neuroscience, scientists at the Costalot Coffee Oxford University have given a fly false memories using a laser.
The work was announced by Professor Vissarion Meerschaum. His team had spent painstaking month...
A Georgia woman who says she lost her memory on the Mind Eraser roller coaster a year ago is taking Seven Flags Amusement Park to court.
Cheryl Robin Heinson said the shoulder harness failed to hold her securely in place and she repeatedly struck...
Global drug giant Cheney Pharmaceuticals has added to their truth serum and torture chemicals, it's newest, latest human behavior modifier.
Memorase is a single dose potion that can wipe all recollection of whatever remembrance that is chemically...
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