Remember that time you called the teacher "mom"? Well, you won't once you've tried Memory Erasure!
Remember that time you called the teacher "mom"? Well, you won't once you've tried Memory Erasure! Ever heard of selective memory loss using drugs? By targeting specific brain areas, such as the amygdala, we can erase those bad memories, like the time you sent a romantic text to your boss instead of your crush.
Jokes aside, research into Memory Erasure has come a long way, presenting several techniques like Disruption of Molecular Mechanisms, Selective Memory Suppression and Destruction of Neurons via biotechnology. While these would benefit people suffering with PTSD such as war veterans, memory erasure doesn’t come without ethical concerns like the implications on the judicial system, the government’s role in using this technology and the impact on personal identity.