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K C Cheng wrote in message <364B9030.B00 at postoffice.idirect.com>...
> Basically, memory has been finally proven beyond scientific doubt to be
> storage of the electromagnetic particles arising from, or generated by
> stimuli outside of the central memorineurons.
I don't understand something. If memory was electromagnetically stored in
neurones, shouldn't an external magnetic field erase it, eg after an MRI or
after a magnet is placed near the head? Or is there another explanation?
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