At the end of our life, we shall all be judged by charity. —St. John of the Cross
Started by Geremia, October 31, 2017, 10:51:14 AM
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Quote...is [it] possible that a scientist perfoms a transplant in which he takes a memory (as it is commonly understood) from a brain and inserts it into another. That way one could "remember" things that happened to other people.I'll provide an example. Person A took a cup of coffee today at 10h00 AM. Person A has a memory of that event. Now, is it possible that the memory of such event could be transplanted to the brain of a person B, so that person B gets to possess the memory of that event as if it were his? That way, person B gets to "remember" something that happened to person A in the past. Such a scenario would imply that memories could be transplanted. Person B would remember the first person experience of taking a cup of coffee at 10h00 AM as if he was person A.
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