If you could copy and paste the memories of someone else into….
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your mind, which ones would you pick? The way you act is governed by the chemicals in your brain and the events you’ve experienced. We know that we can influence the former by messing with your grey matter’s chemical makeup, but could adding new memories fundamentally change who you are as a person?The opposite of Explicit Memory is Implicit Memory, and this type controls your subconscious movements; with everything from walking, speaking and driving all governed by the memories you gained while learning to do them.Semantic memory is another type of your conscious Explicit Memory, and this one helps you retain facts and information, with these memories consciously activated whenever you need to know something. If you’ve had a terrible life full of woe and failure would you replace your memories with better ones? And if so, what would happen to these memories once they’re implanted in your mind?