Nov 102014
 

We have heard of people with photographic memory … of people that can remember long lists of words or numbers … people that can repeat every word on a specific page of a book, word by word, in the very original sequence.

Does it make them super humans? Well, we could accept that definition; after all, we cannot do what they can.

What do they have that we  don’t? Very possibly and yet to be discovered a larger “brain index area”.

The scientific community have published that we have temporary memory and permanent memory and, yet, at some specific time in our sleep, some of the temporary memory is converted into permanent memory. The rest is discarded or “overwritten” by new information.

Will continue later …

Nov 102014
 

How many times in somewhat recent past you’ve heard of people that is deemed to be “reincarnation”? There was a case, a few years ago (maybe over a decade) of a possible child being the reincarnation of a Tibetan monk.

Recently the scientific community documented the DNA TRASH: the part of the DNA that is just building information disregarded in the “construction” of the new being but is information that was passed on through generation(s). That’s why some blood line traits skip generation(s).

Could psychological trauma be embedded into DNA and passed on as “memory”?

Will continue later …