Home > Uncategorized > Scientists are working on a pill that can make you forget anything that you don’t want or aren’t supposed to remember. Scientists are working on a pill that can make you forget anything that you don’t want or aren’t supposed to remember. April 9, 2014 Uncategorized Scientists are working on a pill that can make you forget anything that you don’t want or aren’t supposed to remember. source : wired.com image credit : flicker Share this:FacebookTwitterGoogle Related Posts A man acquired super-human memory skills after being hit in the head by a baseball. A 17-year-old teenager started Craigslist Swapping with an old cell phone and in just 14 swaps he managed to get a Porsche Boxster 2000. A woman found her lost engagement ring, wrapped around a carrot, after 16 years. A man with a chronic ear infection cured himself with his own earwax. He was given a number of drugs by doctors, but nothing worked. In desperation he took earwax from his good ear and placed it in his bad. Two days later he was fine. In 1972, Vesna Vulovic, a flight attendant, fell 33,000 feet in an aircraft explosion and survived. There is a type of ant that can explode suicidally, spewing poisonous adhesive secretions all around them. A 20-month-old baby became the youngest professional soccer player ever, after being signed up by a Belgian club. You can remember the value of Pi(3.1415926) by counting each word’s letters in “May I have a large container of coffee”. Male chicks are of no use to the egg industry, so they are either suffocated in garbage bags with waste Iceland has one of the largest gun ownership rates in the world and yet has one of the lowest crime rates in the world.