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 cockroach can live a week without its head. The roach only dies because without a mouth, it can’t drink water and dies of thirst. Keira Knightley and Natalie Portman looked so much alike on set, that their own mothers couldn’t tell them apart. A British soldier once won the Victoria cross for attacking the enemy with beer bottles during the 1950 Korean war. There is actually a specific area of the brain known as the bilateral vomitation center. It notes when our tummy is upset and queasy, and it makes the final decision whether to barf or not to barf. Iceland has one of the largest gun ownership rates in the world and yet has one of the lowest crime rates in the world. A 13-year-old boy in Florida was once arrested for excessive farting in school. Emma Watson is actually related to a 16th century witch. Wayne Allwine and Russi Taylor, who respectively voiced Mickey and Minnie Mouse, were married in real life. The genes that cause breast cancer are patented. The patent holder must be paid every time studies and research are done on these genes. A man, who lived 9000 years ago, was the first person to have had blue eyes and all blue-eyed people are related to him.