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den4
04-02-05, 00:55
http://www.scienceblog.com/cms/node/6846

I wonder if that also helps with false knowledge? :?

lexico
04-02-05, 02:10
http://www.scienceblog.com/cms/node/6846

I wonder if that also helps with false knowledge? :?Fake memory and fake knowledge are both fake oxymorons. They make perfect sense. I've been seeing this happening in my brain since in was 9. Thank you den4.

Sally_Hawn
04-02-05, 03:16
False memories? False knowlege? I couldn't tell. Poor me, suffering from Parkinson disease and get fired from my current job.

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lexico
05-02-05, 08:18
I think it's also called

imagination,
creativity,
playfulness,
make-believe,
mind surfing,
gestaldt pattern forming,
connect the dots game,
IQ test,
and remembering all the colorful details of last nights flight to the moon

but some people also prefer to call it lying. So in a court of law, it does become problematic because of the possible falsifying. Well, don't all lies begin from something really insignificant?

The question is, as was in "Are you who you think you are?" thread, how do you know for certain that what you know reflects your experience with precision? That certainty can be highly dependent on the mood or in-blood glucose level at any point in time. Memory activity is also highly dependent on the glucose level. Should we begin to give out chocolate candy bars 30 minutes before a court meeting? Or before a test? Some people can get intoxicated by that? Do they?

joyee
03-03-12, 16:04
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