People are no better than chance at identifying when someone else is recounting a false or real memory of a crime, according to a new UCL study.
Study author Dr Julia Shaw (UCL Psychology & Language Sciences) said: “Everyone thinks that they couldn’t be tricked into believing they have done something they never did, and that if someone were telling them about a false memory, they would be able to spot it. But we found that actually, people tend to be quite susceptible to having false memories, and they sound just like real memories.” (1)
Lies disguised as truth.
Truth disguised as lies.
At the end, what is true makes no difference.
As long as you believe it.
The power of the cosmos is raw.
And it is there.
To kill everything you love.