First love…college graduation…first job. Most of us may have made our most important memories by the time we’re 25.
Future Me is a personalized time capsule, letting you send letters or photos to yourself at some point in the future.
Humans are the only animal that thinks about the future. But few scientists have looked at how we form vivid mental images of events that have not yet occurred. The best effort has been by researchers at Washington University of St. Louis.
Todd Kalas, Larry Anderson and Scott Franzke talk about the great Harry Kalas calling the 2008 World Series. Watch the video…
Using a technique called optogenetics – the control of genetically modified brain cells using light – scientists might figure out ways to stimulate lost memory.
4Squareand7YearsAgo.com has a historic angle, but with a modern twist. It allows you to search for where you checked in a year ago.