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Are there tricks, drugs or ways to recover lost memories or to fill in the gaps or flesh out memories?
Yes. Hypnosis can be used for exactly this purpose. I would suggest you start with self-hyposis. The simplest form of this is auto-suggestion. You write down exactly what you want to achieve. And you put it in the present tense. So, “I clearly remember the time when …” and not “I will clearly remember the time when …”. Make sure that the statement you have written down is just the thing you want, and that this will satisfy you once this is the case. And write it down ‘nicely’! Meaning on a nice piece of paper, clearly and cleanly, no crossings out or corrections. Then you have it somewhere handy, like by your bed, and you look at it at least twice a day, morning and evening. What you are doing is priming your unconscious mind with this suggestion. It is important to relax as much as you can before you do this. Sit and let your mind go as quiet as you can, and then say this statement to yourself a few times. This is an affirmation. They usually work, but it may take time. It also helps if you can summon up the feeling of what it will be like when this objective is reached. Chances are that after a while you will find your statement being fulfilled. For further instruction on this kind of thing Shakti Gawain’s book Creative Visualisation is brilliant. The book on Silva mind control is also a well respected classic.
Why do asylum seekers start their journey from South Columbia to the United States border? Why don't they just land in the U.S.A. via a plane and fill out the asylum form?
Thanks 4 the A2A!I live in Europe and have never tried boarding a plane in Columbia but from what I know, no airline will allow you to board unless you have a US passport or a valid Visa. Also, the tickets are not really cheap and affordable for everyone. Even if you can afford them, you legally can not get on that plane.Just imagine: how great it is when you have all those freedoms! Be grateful that you have the passport that you have and do not even have to think about such trivial things. Not everyone is as lucky.People in misery, regardless if they seek refuge from Central America of Syria or elsewhere, just want to LEAVE all that behind and have the chance to live a normal life somewhere better, somewhere safe. I personally think that the voyage a refugee undertakes is as risky as the wars and problems they are trying to escape from and they should be helped instead of making their sad lives even more hard by rigid administration.Of course, nothing will get better as long as the essential problems aka reasons why they are leaving in the first place, are addressed and solved. But there are interests behind that, groups of people who live of that and they will not give up their positions easily. Almost like some sort of a viscous, endless circle. And it is always normal, “small fish” people that suffer the most.Good luck to all of you who venture on that path!
How long does it take for working memory to fill up?
Working memory is more of a process than a physical thing.  It is the interaction that happens between short term memory and long term memory.  It  lasts around 80 minutes.The basic process of memory is that a vast amount comes in through your senses and is very briefly (less than a few seconds) stored in sensory memory.  Your brain decides the important elements on which to focus and forward them to short term memory.Short term memory is a bottleneck.  It can only really process 5-9 (Miller's Magic Number 7) items at a time and lasts only about 30 seconds.  It handles that information by using existing long term memories to prcontext for manipulation and understanding.  If you repeatedly use information while it is in that working memory loop it will have a greater chance of being recorded in long term memory and being recalled from long term memory because neurons will develop dendrites to associate with other neurons creating a reference path.It gets a little complicated because those 5-9 (or averaged to 7) items are not bits.  They are not discrete pieces of information.  Your brain can organize and repackage information into "chunks" and then your short term memory can handle ~7 of those chunks.  An easy example is a 10 digit phone number.  10 digits is too much for short term memory to reliably handle - but we often don't think of them as 10 digits.  For example, we make the area code one concept or chunk - if you live in New York where 212 is a common area code - you start to think of 212 as one piece of information, not three.  For this to work well, you need to have those chunks or analogs pre-identified in long term memory.Another way we do this is by using patterns.  That's why songs are easier to remember than speeches.It takes a lot of work to do this kind of processing.  That's where the cognitive load comes into play.  Cognitive load is like processing capability, much like depicted on this display from MS Windows:Everything we ask our brain to do uses up a bit of that capability.  Here's an example.Once it reaches 100% - LEARNING STOPS.  Learning can not recommence until the processing goes down.  It can't just be consciously reset with a thought - we have to stop thinking about the material and do something else for awhile.This is an area of much study and there are different interpretations of limits and timing.  There are two results that I have seen repeated in many studies:1)  Learning can happen well for about an hour.  It can continue but less efficiently for the next hour (this is partially related to that 80 minute lifespan of working memory).  Much less efficiency for the next.  By the time we reach four hours, we start to have negative efficiency and can actually prevent learning from happening.  I have to be careful about the tense, here, because the actual learning may not happen until hours later, as the brain works on reorganizing the neural networks.2)  The famous Rule of Three - if you tell someone three things, they can remember them.  If you tell them four, they will likely just remember three.  The key here is that we are talking about three ideas.  You might have to prthree pieces of information to learn each idea.The fundamental thing that we have to draw from this, as instructors (or learners), is that learning will be most effective and efficient done in small pieces.  If we want to remember a lot from a book - we are best reading small amounts (a couple of chapters) - stopping - letting our brains process that material and start to build neural networks.  Those networks can be used to get more out of the next session.The best sources I can recommend to better understand these ideas are:Miller, G. A. (1956). The Magical Number Seven, Plus or Minus Two Some Limits on Our Capacity for Processing Information. Psychological Review , 81-97. Sweller, J. V. (1998). Cognitive architecture and instructional design. Educational Psychology Review , 251-296. Chandler, P. a. (1991). Cognitive load theory and the format of instruction. Cognition and Instruction , 293-332.
How should I reach out for asylum sponsor to Canada?
Unfortunately, that is not possible. You are not eligible for asylum and you cannot apply for it from Japan. (Assuming your original nationality is Israeli - my best guess based on your scanty personal information - you are not fleeing a state that is trying to kill you.)Asylum is not the get-into-Canada quick and free card that too many people assume it is. It is an option solely for people who are fleeing for their lives, not people who want to country-hop for personal reasons or migrate for economic advantage. (If I sound annoyed - it is because I am. Asylum is designed to be a life saving last resort, not a shortcut. Abusing it is not harmless - it eats up resources and shades public opinion against it, therefore putting the option and those most in need of help at risk.)This is Canada’s position on refugees from the Immigration Canada website. How Canada’s refugee system worksMay I draw your attention to the following line:“The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR), along with private sponsors, identifies refugees for resettlement. A person cannot apply directly to Canada for resettlement. “In other words, you cannot declare yourself a refugee. The majority of refugees in the world are involuntarily displaced from their homes, living in camps, and registered with UNHCR. They are not able to return home.I’m reasonably confident you are not registered with UNHCR as a refugee while living in a refugee camp somewhere in Japan.If you truly want to live in Canada, you can apply to immigrate the same as anyone else in the world. Start here and follow the detailed instructions. Canada has a very open and transparent immigration system - if you qualify, you will be invited to come.Immigrate to Canada
How will Edward Snowden get out of transit airport in Russia if he wishes to seek asylum granted by Venezuela?
BTW He is in Russian Airport not in Obama's House :-D
How does one get invited to the Quora Partner Program? What criteria do they use, or is it completely random?
I live in Germany. I got an invite to the Quora partner program the day I landed in USA for a business trip. So from what I understand, irrespective of the number of views on your answers, there is some additional eligibility criteria for you to even get an email invite.If you read the terms of service, point 1 states:Eligibility. You must be located in the United States to participate in this Program. If you are a Quora employee, you are eligible to participate and earn up to a maximum of $200 USD a month. You also agree to be bound by the Platform Terms (https://www.quora.com/about/tos) as a condition of participation.Again, if you check the FAQ section:How can other people I know .participate?The program is invite-only at this time, but we intend to open it up to more people as time goes on.So my guess is that Quora is currently targeting people based out of USA, who are active on Quora, may or may not be answering questions frequently ( I have not answered questions frequently in the past year or so) and have a certain number of consistent answer views.Edit 1: Thanks to @Anita Scotch, I got to know that the Quora partner program is now available for other countries too. Copying Anuta’s comment here:If you reside in one of the Countries, The Quora Partner Program is active in, you are eligible to participate in the program.” ( I read more will be added, at some point, but here are the countries, currently eligible at this writing,) U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Australia.11/14/2018Edit 2 : Here is the latest list of countries with 3 new additions eligible for the Quora Partner program:U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, India and Brazil.Thanks to Monoswita Rez for informing me about this update.
Is it possible to fill your brain with so much knowledge that you run out of memory? In other words, can your brain become full?
Thanks for seeking my views. The short & straightforward answer is, some sort of “pruning” (of memories, not neurons) must happen to weed out needless or out-dated memories. As such a “stay put” value of a memory is in its importance & relevance. If you look carefully, we constantly accumulate memories but they fade out/vanish in minutes, hours, days or months. You may be able to tell me what you had for breakfast this morning. The same you will not be able to recall after a couple of days. This holds for memories at large. Importance is the key. Importance and relevance.You will be able to hold in memory the lessons you learned in a course 5 years ago only if you keep using those in daily life. Similarly a memory that has an emotional value may last for decades - say, your first bike. The brain is efficient. It saves only some relevant details of the memory like emotions and feelings and overall impression but not a photo.You should also know that memories exist as networks of networks (of neurons) such that one key can invoke a host of networks (i.e. related/linked memories). If some sub-network (memory) fades due to disuse, it could be reused for another. That is the reason any one trigger invokes a particular memory AND sometimes some other vague shadows too which we just can’t place!Thus, I don’t think a brain can run out of memory.The long answer is shorter because it mainly consists of “We Don’t Know”s. Some people have come up with numbers as GB or TB but I don’t know how we can compare a brain to a computer memory. Apples and Oranges. Particularly so when we don’t know how a brain manages its memory. Also, various areas of brain can store memories (or some aspects of a given memory) and all are linked in some way. There is no one single “memory disk” in the brain. To compare a neuron to a CPU is stupidity. So is calling a synapse a bit. This is so because neural connections are qualitative, not binary. Any one single neuron can link simultaneously to 10K other neurons but it can appear as 10K different avatars in 10K networks. That is its value is relative to the context it figures in.To further complicate the problem - It is the question of knowing the exact mechanism of encoding (i.e. the exact chemical/physiological changes), recording, organization, indexing, tagging and finally retrieval. We don’t know how the brain does these things. In a nutshell, we are yet to know the “assembler” language and the “hardware” encoding mechanism.For instance, we know a piece of memory involves a specific neural pattern but we do not know how that neural pattern represents or what changes at synaptic level happen and most importantly, how invoking that pattern gives rise to the mental visualization of that memory piece. Ditto the converse process.
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