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Remembrance Of Things To Come (Why Human Memory Is Flawed)
Researchers "believe that human memory didn't evolve so that we could remember but to allow us to imagine what might be ... suggesting that every time we think about a possible future, we tear up the pages of our autobiographies and stitch together the fragments into a montage that represents the new scenario" - but corrupting some of those fragments in the process.
New Scientist 10/10/12
Posted October 12, 2012 12:42 AM
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